Colder everywhere, snow in some areas by tonight

5:30 AM, Monday, March 26, 2018

I don’t have to tell you that a cold front came through last night and low clouds & some drizzle are around the area this morning. Although it may dry out a little today, more clouds and precipitation are likely later this afternoon and tonight, mainly from the Denver-Boulder area southward. A big storm is not expected.

 

Most likely accumulation:

3-6″ mountains & foothills of the Front Range, Palmer Divide, and the Pikes Peak region (mainly from Boulder County southward).

1-3 inches after rain initially for Denver & its western and southern suburbs, Boulder, Broomfield, and Castle Rock.

Little or no snow along and east of a line from DIA to Lyons to Fort Collins (including the northeast side of Denver and Longmont).

 

 

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