3:15 PM MDT, Tuesday, October 9, 2018
At 3PM an area of mainly light snow has expanded across eastern Colorado and reaches as far west as DIA. So far it’s melting on contact at DIA, but there is some slushy minor accumulation on the high plains.
Between now and during the day Wednesday new areas of light precipitation, mainly snow, are likely to move in from the west. Some localized minor accumulation (less than an inch) is likely, mainly in grassy areas. Other locations along the Front Range will probably get by with no snow.
There is another chance for snow late Saturday as another cold storm system moves into the area. Between now and then there should be a tendency for breaks in the overcast on Thursday and Friday. But sunny and warm days are not expected, and morning freezes are likely in many areas over the next couple of days.