Snow, wind expected over the holiday weekend in Colorado

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Scattered snow, wind for Christmas Eve

Scattered snow, wind for Christmas Eve


Snow is expected Saturday night and into Christmas Eve on Sunday in Colorado. While certainly not a “big” storm by Colorado standards, the worst conditions will be on the Eastern Plains and in the mountains.

Many parts of the Front Range, including the Denver area will wake up to a light coating of snow Sunday. The Denver area is expected to see around a trace to as much as 4 inches of snow, with the lower totals to the north and higher totals heading south into Douglas County.



A winter weather advisory is in effect for many parts of Colorado:

  • Mountains: through 5 a.m. Sunday, 5 to 10 inches of snow is expected.
  • Southern Front Range foothills: through 5 a.m. Sunday, 3 to 7 inches are expected.
  • The Palmer Divide: through 11 a.m. Sunday, 2 to 5 inches are expected, along with gusty winds.
  • The Eastern Plains: through 11 a.m. Sunday, 1 to 4 inches are expected with blustery winds from the North at 10-20 mph with gusts. The blustery winds may cause lowered visibility and potentially slick travel.


By Christmas Eve night, most of the snow will have ended, except for the Front Range foothills and mountains. Stray flurries may be left in the Denver metro by the Broncos game, but will otherwise be a chilly matchup with temperatures in the 20s.



Christmas Day morning on Monday could have a few light flurries remaining in the foothills. Otherwise, it should mainly just be chilly with clouds gradually breaking through the day. Monday will start cold in the teens around the Metro, and high temperatures in the lower 30s.

The next storm will reach Colorado next weekend with a potentially snowy end to 2023.


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