12:10 PM, Friday, March 30, 2018
A cold front Saturday morning threatens to bring clouds and colder weather, but it’s looking like the real noticeable impacts will be from around the Wyoming border north and east into Nebraska. The Denver-Boulder-Fort Collins corridor will likely be on the milder side of a sharp temperature gradient, but it will be close by.
For Cheyenne expect some low clouds and minor snow accumulation Saturday and/or Saturday night, and cold Easter egg hunts Sunday morning.
For the Colorado Front Range I am 80% confident that the weekend will be dry, slightly cooler (but still mild during the day), with some cloudy intervals. That means there is about a 20% chance of it being 10-20 degrees colder than today’s 60s with clouds around.
Western slope areas will see less impacts from the cold front.