Believe it or not, it is already November in the Colorado Front Range. November is often the first month it really feels like winter in Ned, and true to form, the next few days will feature a full on taste of winter weather, winter driving, and winter cold. A cold front will slowly push southward across Colorado overnight. Behind this front easterly upslope winds will push moisture and clouds in the Front Range Foothills communities resulting in accumulating snow. The steadiest snowfall will occur overnight into Tuesday morning a sure recipe for a rough commute down Boulder Canyon. Snow levels will quickly drop to plains and snow will be sticking to roads and grassy surfaces even in Denver. By the time all is said and done Tuesday afternoon, Nederland is expected to receive anywhere from 4 to 8 inches which locally higher amounts possible around Ward, Allens Park, and Estes Park.
Once this storm pushes out, seasonably cool temperatures and dry conditions are expected fo the remainder of the week.