As mentioned in our previous post, our next chance for snow comes today into Sunday. It continues to look like a low impact event with generally a 0 to 2 inches for the metro area, with highest totals likely confined to the western suburbs.
Temperatures will climb to near 50 early today, before falling through the afternoon. Snow will begin along the northern Front Range, before moving into Denver late Saturday. Any snow that does fall is expected to come to an end by Sunday.
The northern and central mountains will also pick up a few inches from this system, but may actually have a better shot at accumulating snow New Years Eve. In any case, conditions look pretty good to end the year at most of Colorado's ski resorts.
The long range outlook continues to look mostly warmer than average and dry. Highs by Monday will return to near 50 degrees, with mostly sunny skies.
New Years Day may be the coolest day of next week as another quick moving system brushes the state, but temperatures for Denver still look seasonal.