Noon, Friday, November 6, 2020
Our unseasonably warm weather is forecast to be replaced by colder, but not bitter cold weather, Sunday and early next week. No major precipitation episodes are expected, but some mountain snow/valley rain is likely in mountain areas Sunday, and on Monday the chance for some snow exists for the Front Range region (including the urban corridor).
A Pacific cold front on Sunday will start the cooling trend. Although most precipitation with it will be in mountain areas and west of the continental divide, there may be a brief period with showery precipitation (mainly rain) and gusty winds along the Front Range early Sunday. Monday should be colder still, with some areas of low clouds and mainly light snow for parts of the Front Range region.