Noon, Friday, January 8, 2021
Snow on Saturday is expected to be minor (1-3 inches) throughout most of the Front Range region. Some localized areas of snow may develop in the morning, but the best chance is later in the afternoon and early evening. A few local areas may get more than 3 inches, but the chance for those heavier amounts in any one location is small.
Expect a dry, chilly day on Sunday (but not bitter cold) and milder weather for at least the first 3 days of next week.
As of today the mountain snow water equivalent is running below 80% of average for most of Colorado and Wyoming. The exception is around the Sangre De Cristo mountains (south central Colorado) and around Yellowstone where the snow water equivalent is close to average. Tomorrow’s storm is not likely to make any real differences in the seasonal snow deficit.