6:30 AM, Thursday, March 15, 2018
There is actually a chance for measurable precipitation late today or this evening along the Front Range urban corridor. It will likely be showery in nature, so some areas may get missed. The best chances are north of Denver, and there may be some pockets of briefly heavier showers with thunder. For the lower elevations it is likely to be mainly rain, but there could be some small hail or snow in some of the heavier pockets. Cheyenne has a better chance for some measurable snow. And snow is likely in the mountains.
This storm will pass quickly and mild weather is likely through much of the weekend. But a similar type of storm (except maybe a few degrees colder) may move into the area late Sunday.