11:30 AM, Sunday, October 1, 2017
At 11:30 AM Sunday a cold front was moving south through central Wyoming and will likely move down the Front Range during the late afternoon and evening. Some areas of showers and thundershowers are already cooling things down in the mountains and may cool things off along the Front Range this afternoon before the actual cold front gets here.
For tonight through Tuesday expect mainly cloudy and cool weather with intervals of rain or drizzle. Measurable snow may work it way down into the higher foothills including Nederland and Estes Park. Heavier snows (6-12″) are likely near and above treeline, especially in northern Colorado and southern Wyoming. In fact some snow might mix with the rain in in Cheyenne, but snow is very unlikely in the lower foothills and plains of the Colorado Front Range.