5:30 AM MDT, Monday, April 13, 2020
Unseasonably cold and occasionally snowy weather will continue until Friday, with a lull in the clouds and snow late Tuesday and Wednesday, and then more widespread snow Wednesday night and Thursday.
Snow amounts have been variable since Sunday morning, with some areas topping a total of 12″ and others far less. Today through Tuesday morning will continue to see variable conditions with some lulls and some periods of snow. Additional accumulations of 1-5″ are most likely this evening and overnight, mainly south of a line from Estes Park to Longmont to DIA.
Lull Tuesday afternoon/Wednesday
After some record low temperatures Tuesday morning, we should enter a period Tuesday afternoon into Wednesday when the clouds should thin a bit and there will be little or no additional snow
Snow Wednesday night and Thursday
A potentially significant snow is forecast to develop in the Front Range region Wednesday night and Thursday. There is the potential for 6-10″ for parts of the region. I will update later in the week. The weekend may finally see a return to more seasonable temperatures.