1 PM MST, Monday, February 17, 2020
There are a few chances for light snow accumulations along the Front Range between now and early Thursday. There are no big storms or widespread upslsope likely that would favor heavy snow. Instead it looks like it will be mainly a dry period that is punctuated with periods of cloud cover and some snowfall as some weak disturbances move across the region.
The most likely period for a dusting to 2 inches is tonight in very early Tuesday, and again late Wednesday afternoon and evening. There may be some parts of the region that don’t get any measurable snow. So nature is trying to keep a snow cover in place a little longer!