Noon MST, Thursday, January 17, 2019
A cold front tomorrow won’t turn the weather terribly cold, but it will be colder than today with some clouds around. It might still be fairly mild in the early morning along the east slopes and high plains. Significant snow will be limited to the mountains and west, so be careful if you are travelling that way tonight or Friday. For the Front Range region, there may be some areas of light snow around Friday, but that best chance for minor accumulation (0-2 inches) is south of Denver.
After a chilly start on Saturday expect a dry weekend with low elevation temperatures returning to the 50s on Sunday.
The next cold front and fast-moving Pacific storm system may start bringing areas of snow to the mountains Sunday night. For the Front Range region, expect colder weather on Monday and there is a better chance with Monday’s storm for some widespread snow developing, at least light amounts.