5:45 AM MDT, Wednesday, April 1, 2020
After a mild Wednesday a cold front will push south through the Front Range region tonight. Thursday is forecast to be a colder and cloudier, with cold and mainly cloudy conditions lingering into Friday. After a cold start on Saturday, the weekend should see the return of milder spring weather by Sunday.
Precipitation: After a chance for some intermittent mix of rain, drizzle, or snow Thursday morning (snow above 7500 feet), there will likely be a period from late afternoon through Thursday night when wet snow is more likely. This storm appears to be about the same magnitude as last week’s. So the most likely accumulation by Friday morning is 2-5″ above 7500 feet, 1-4″ lower foothills, and 0-2″ in the urban corridor.