12:30 PM, Saturday, November 26, 2016
A large, slow moving storm system will likely bring some snowy travel to the high passes of Colorado and southern Wyoming and Sunday and Monday. The high elevations of Colorado are likely to get more snow than Wyoming, but both I-70 and I-80 may see winter conditions at the high elevations, and wet lower down during the day
Little or no accumulating snow is expected for the lower foothills and plains of the Front Range, but there may be a period of rain early Sunday, and some snow showers later on. It’s not the kind of storm that tends to bring much precipitation to the Front Range. The higher foothills (around Nederland and westward) will likely get some accumulation. The cool down on Sunday afternoon will usher in a multi-day period of colder than average weather, but not bitter cold.