11:45 AM MST, Tuesday, December 22, 2020
Tonight and Wednesday
A cold front this evening will bring a blustery cold wind and some accumulating snow in the mountains. For the Front Range foothills and plains, most areas will see little or no accumulation, but there may be some snow showers around. It will be cold Wednesday, but mainly dry, with north winds lingering for longer east of I-25.
Thursday through Saturday should be dry. It will still be chilly on Thursday, but not as cold as Wednesday. By Christmas Day afternoon temperatures should be a bit above average. The chances for a white Christmas are rather small for the Front Range urban corridor. The next change to colder and more unsettled weather will probably arrive on Sunday, but that is also looking like a storm that will have minimal impacts for the eastern foothills and plains.