2:00 PM, Thursday, November 16, 2017
A cold front will make itself known late Friday and may be accompanied by some precipitation, mainly in the elevations above treeline and the West Slope region.
For the Front Range expect cool winds to move in on Friday with some areas of rain or snow showers late Friday or Friday night. This is probably going to be a fairly minor precipitation event for the foothills and plains, and some areas might not get any. Above treeline and closer to the continental divide there may be 6 or more inches of snow and blowing snow. Cool, dry weather Saturday should give way to milder weather Sunday.