2PM MST, Thursday, February 21, 2019
A large storm system to the southwest of Colorado will pass well south of the Front Range region, but close enough to have some impacts. Over an extended period from this evening through Friday evening the may be one or two periods of mainly light snow or fog, along with lull periods when the clouds might thin a bit.
Accumulations from the foothills eastward will generally be on the minor side, a dusting to 2 inches through Friday night. The one wildcard is that a band of more moderate snow may develop (southwest to northeast oriented) that could produce 2-4 inches over a small area (about 10 miles wide) in a few hours. If that happens it appears most likely late Friday. But for most of the Front Range region the accumulations will probably be less than 2 inches.
The weekend should be dry and cool. If you are traveling east the will likely be snow and blowing snow Saturday in western Kansas and western Nebraska.