We’re in the typical rollercoaster weather pattern that we usually see in the spring. Tuesday was beautiful with a high of 68 degrees in Thornton. Today will be a bit cooler as we reach 62 or so and that cooling trend should continue into the weekend. A small disturbance could bring some minor snow accumulations to the area on Friday.
Looking a bit further ahead, big changes could be in store for Sunday night and into Monday. We are currently tracking a major Pacific storm system that is working its way west and if it tracks over the state, significant snowfall could result. This far out the models are pretty inconsistent – some show it hitting us, others show it tracking much farther south into New Mexico.