Colorado in the spring! Quite an array of weather across the state ahead for the coming days. The northern and central mountains are getting pounded with snow where Winter Storm Warnings are in effect through Friday night. One to two feet of snow is expected up there as our record snowpack continues to build.
On the Front Range, while the statewide snowpack is still well above-average, Denver is about 5 inches behind for the seasonal winter average and about 9 inches below the monthly average. However, we have a pretty active weather pattern expected for the next week that could eat away at that deficit. March is usually our snowiest month so the potential is there for some good storms in the coming weeks.
Scattered rain and snow showers are possible throughout today and this weekend. The big storm we were hoping to see Sunday night and into Monday looks to be pushing south into New Mexico but will cause us to be a bit unsettled through Tuesday at least. Stay tuned to ThorntonWeather.com for the latest!