A weak cold front will bring rain and snow to Colorado Sunday – What We Know!

One other fast-moving chilly entrance is shifting throughout Colorado this Sunday.

Highs right now can be cooler, within the mid to higher 50s in Denver, with a slight probability for scattered showers.

Rain and snow will affect Colorado’s excessive nation right now, just a few inches of moist snow doable alongside and south of i-70 over 10,000 ft. The heaviest snow will fall over our Northern Sangre de Cristo and Moist Mountains, with accumulations of 6-12 inches doable by early Monday.

Excessive winds will elevate Hearth Hazard over the northeastern plains. North winds sustained at 15 to 25 mph with gusts as much as 40 mph and low relative humidity means any fireplace that develops would doubtless unfold quickly.

No advisories are in impact for the metro-area Sunday.

Monday will keep a bit unsettled with an opportunity for snow showers and excessive winds within the mountains and scattered rain showers on the plains. Highs return to the low to mid-60s in Denver.

On Tuesday a powerful storm shifting by will deliver extra widespread moisture and excessive winds.

We’ll dry out and funky down barely for Wednesday, with hotter and dry climate on the way in which by the top of the week and weekend.

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