1:15 PM MST, Sunday, November 24, 2019
A steadily-moving Pacific storm is likely to intensify Monday into Tuesday as it moves across southern Colorado and into Kansas. Snow, heavy at times, is likely Monday evening and into Tuesday morning from the Denver area northward to southeastern Wyoming. The snow and blowing snow may linger on the northeastern plains until Tuesday evening.
9-14 inches: Fort Collins, Cheyenne, Estes
7-12 inches: Denver, Lakewood, DIA, Broomfield, Boulder, Longmont, Nederland
5-10 inches: Littleton, Aurora, Castle Rock
2-4 inches: Colorado Springs
Blowing snow likely, especially along and east of I-25
This is not a storm where the greatest snowfall will necessarily be in and near the foothills.
Start Time (Monday)
Cheyenne: 1-3 PM
Fort Collins, Boulder, Denver: 3-6 PM
Colorado Springs, after 6 PM
** snow intensity may ramp up quickly Monday afternoon/evening
Dry Wednesday and Thursday for the Front Range. Some areas of snow are likely in the mountains Thursday, especially the San Juans. There may be some areas snow statewide on Friday, mainly light, but I will update that later in the week.