7:45 AM, Saturday, February 22, 2020
As the storm about to move through the region approaches, it appears the most significant snow will likely stay to the south and east of Denver. There is still some uncertainty about whether the storm will come together fast enough to shift the heavier snow northwest into Denver-Boulder, but that is only a small chance. Right now it appears snow will spread over the area early Sunday, but shift south and east during the day.
Most likely accumulation:
4-8″: Palmer Divide region, Colorado Springs, far south suburbs of Denver.
3-5″: South side of Denver
1-3″ Denver, Boulder
less than 1″: Fort Collins, Cheyenne
Another cold front late Monday and Monday night will continue the cold weather into midweek. There may be some additional snow with that front, but it appears that there will be little or no new accumulation.