Posted: Jan 26, 2012 9:18 PM by Mike Madson
As a cold front races into Colorado from the west, clouds will increase overnight, and lows will stay in the mild 20s and 30s, but snowflakes will begin to fly over the northern and central mountains, with WINTER WEATHER ADVISORIES in effect for 4-8" of snow, combined with strong, gusty winds, and 10" or more on northwest facing slopes. Friday will be windy and cold, highs 30s/40s (and feeling colder), with rain/snow showers possible through at least the first half of the day for lower elevations. Skies will clear Friday night, and it will be COLD, with lows in the single digits and teens. Saturday will feature increasing sunshine, with near average highs. The sunshine will continue Sunday and Monday, with a steady warming trend.