Current Weather Forecast & Discussion

Updated 12/02/21


A weather pattern change is on the way friends! Here is what you need to know, so read carefully 

Oh, if you're one of those TLDR (too long didn't read) people, my advice to you is to maybe break this up into chunks. Take a quick nap in between paragraphs. Turn off the porn you keep switching back and forth from? Drink some coffee? Have someone read it to you? Maybe I could create pop up pictures!


Today ain't feelin like winter. More like September. We will be CLOSE to or break record highs today in the low to mid 70s. I sure have enjoyed being outside, and not having to thaw out my windshield in the morning. 

Changes begin arriving on Sunday! A cold front is going to sag south through Wyoming and into the northern half of Colorado bringing wind, colder temperatures, and a chance of rain/snow showers. Draw a line from Grand Junction to Burlington on I-70. Across the entire state. Best chance of rain/sner will be north of I-70. Only light accumulations expected in the northern mountains and the continental divide.

The next, stronger storm will arrive Monday afternoon into Tuesday. This storm has the potential to spread several inches of sner across the mountains, so winter driving conditions should be expected beginning Monday afternoon through Wednesday morning.

Across the Front Range and eastern plains (yes this includes Colorado Springs for the 254 people who have asked), as the wind turns northeasterly behind the cold front on Tuesday, rain/snow will develop and should turn to all snow by Tuesday night. First measurable snowfall for Denver is possible Tuesday night! (December 7th). I'll have a much better idea of POSSIBLE accumulations in the next 48-72 hours, so please be patient with me. K, great thanks.

A brief break, and then on Thursday, another storm approacheth from the northwest. This will develop snow in the mountains again, and may not shut off until sometime Saturday or Sunday! Friday and Saturday would also be the next best chance for accumulating snow for the front range and eastern plains (yes, this includes Cheyenne as well).

Bigger question marks with regard to how the weather pattern shakes out going past next weekend, but I will keep you updated like I always do, so please smash that like and share button!

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