Dec 28, 2013 7:21 AM by Meteorologist Stephanie Ortmann
After a sunny start to the day, clouds will be on the increase this afternoon as a cold front pushes south through the region. Winds will be breezy as well today (and tonight) gusting up to 30 mph at times out of the north.
There isn't a lot of moisture associated with this weekend system though isolated snow showers are possible as early as this evening across the Pikes Peak region. The snow will push south overnight and impact areas mainly along and west of I-25. The snow will quickly come to an end from north to south Sunday morning. The snow shouldn't amount to much with a trace to an inch of snow possible for areas along the Front Range with amounts totaling around 2 inches over the mountains.
It'll be a cold Sunday with clouds decreasing during the morning hours. The last couple days of 2014 look dry and mild with highs quickly rebounding to above average readings. Expect another brief cooldown for New Year's Day then warmer conditions for the end of the week.
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