5 PM MDT, Friday, May 22, 2020
The Front Range region has been drier and a little warmer than average so for this month. The best chance for widespread rain that we have seen in a while will arrive on Sunday. After a warm day Saturday, and dry for most areas, the chance for showers and thunderstorms increases by Sunday afternoon along with lower elevation temperatures no warmer than the 60s. We may even see a period of chilly rain or drizzle Sunday night. And yes, snow is likely to whiten up the mountains above treeline, and the snow level may drop down close to the elevations of Nederland and Estes Park.
Monday should be cool, but probably not too bad; 60s in the lower elevations after a damp & chilly start to the day. Warmer weather is likely to return Tuesday.