2:00 PM, Saturday, October 28, 2017
A strong cold front, similar to the one on Thursday, will move north-to-south down the Front Range late Sunday. A period of low clouds and a few areas of light precipitation are likely Sunday evening and Monday.
Sunday should start mild but may begin to turn cold during the afternoon north of Denver, perhaps toward evening to the south. There isn’t a lot of moisture with it, but there should be enough combined with the upslope flow to form low clouds and maybe a few areas of drizzle or freezing drizzle along the lower foothills and adjacent plains. There is even a small chance for a period of snow if we manage to get some mid and high level moisture (that provides the ice crystals that help snowflakes form). Accumulations should be minor, if any.
Halloween is looking dry but cool, with milder weather by midweek.