DENVER - A fast moving cold front will arrive Sunday evening with colder weather and some light snow for Sunday night and early Monday. After highs in the mid 60s on Sunday afternoon- temps will fall quickly in the evening as a strong cold front moves through the area.
Snow will develop Sunday evening and continue into early Monday. At this point, it appears a 1 to 3 inch accumulation will be possible for Denver, with a few more inches in the foothills.
This storm will not affect the mountains west of the Divide, as it will be a cold front that will stall along the Continental Divide, keeping western Colorado in the dry and mild air.
The early morning commute on Monday may be slick and slow with light snow for Denver and the I-25 Corridor and temperatures in the upper teens to low 20s. The snow will end in the morning, but it will stay cold on Monday with highs in the upper 20s to low 30s!
Skies will clear by Tuesday with temperatures rebounding to the 50s. The rest of next week will be dry and mild.