12:30 PM MST, Friday, January 29, 2021
A cold front and a slug of Pacific moisture should bring snow to the mountains tonight and Saturday. But for the eastern foothills and plains, cooler and breezy weather will be the rule, with only a slight chance for brief snow shower.
For Sunday through Tuesday (and maybe extending into Wednesday) we are looking at mild, dry weather.
There has been a pattern shift, with the storm track in the West farther south and bringing needed precipitation to California. In the Wednesday-Thursday time frame a storm within that storm track could bring significant snowfall to Colorado. That’s still far enough into the future that there is considerable uncertainty, but it is certainly worth watching. In any case, we will likely enter a multi-day period of colder than average weather by late next week.