7:10 AM, Sunday, January 14, 2018
After a mild day today (Sunday) a cold front should make Monday at least 25 degrees colder in eastern Colorado and Wyoming, including the Front Range region. The initial cold front is expected to be through the area by Monday morning, and temperatures are not expected to rise much, and may actually fall during the day. The change in western Colorado will likely be less dramatic.
Some light snow is likely to affect some parts of central and eastern Colorado and southeastern Wyoming on Monday as well, mainly during the day. Expect a trace to 1 inch in most areas, and 1-3 inches in the foothills/mountains north of I-70.
After that expect a mainly dry week with milder temperatures in the second half of the week. The next cold front and chance for snow will probably arrive late Friday or Saturday.