6:30 AM, Monday, April 3, 2017
The storm system moving through southern Colorado tonight is somewhat limited in moisture and will go through its major intensification after it is east of our region. The result should be a relatively minor snowfall, from little or nothing in low elevations north and east of Denver to about 6-10″ in the mountains south of I-70. The timing should be late evening through early Tuesday, with some intermittent showery precipitation possible during the day on Tuesday. Hard freezes should be widespread at all elevations Wednesday morning followed by springlike weather for the remainder of the week.
6-10 inches: mountains and foothills south of I-70
3-7 inches: mountains and foothills north of I-70 and the Palmer Divide region
1-3 inches: along foothills from Boulder County south (Boulder, Broomfield, west & south sides of metro Denver, Colorado Springs
0-1 inch: DIA, Longmont, Fort Collins, Cheyenne