DENVER – Get ready for some snow in Denver and along the Front Range this weekend, Colorado!
A cold front is expected to move into northern Colorado on Saturday night, bringing temperatures down below freezing Saturday night.
Denver and much of the Front Range are expected to see between 1 and 3 inches of snow late Saturday through Sunday, and temperatures will top out around freezing.
The mountains could see gusty winds Saturday night and temperatures in the teens and 20s on Sunday, with about 1 to 3 inches of snow expected there as well.
The snow is expected to taper off by Monday, but high temperatures are expected to hover around freezing Monday before ratcheting back up to the 50s by mid-week.
With the opening of more ski resorts this week and a heavy dose of snow over the past few weeks, anyone headed to the ski hills should take a minute to read about the best times to head to the mountains and more tips for getting to and from the mountains without spending too much time in traffic.