5:30 AM MDT, Tuesday, April 14, 2020
After a record cold morning, today and Wednesday might seem springlike after what we’ve been through. Although temperatures will remain below average, it will get above freezing with some sunshine. It might even get above 50 on Wednesday. That should help melt the snow, but nature plans to bring more snow to the Front Range region Wednesday night through Friday morning.
The focus of the heaviest snow in the Front Range region will likely shift from north to south. Where it is snowing hardest at night or in the early morning is where it will accumulate more efficiently. So there is a good chance for a few inches throughout the region, but the potential exists for 6-10″ in and near the foothills for part of the region.
At this point it looks like more seasonable temperatures will return this weekend.