After a mild Saturday, temperatures to finish the weekend will be MUCH colder! A system to our west pushes into SE Colorado overnight. Snow showers will be possible by early Sunday morning across the I-25 corridor with a change to rain and snow showers through the afternoon. Accumulation should be minimal as most moisture looks to be light and temperatures will warm into the upper 30s and 40s through the afternoon, though areas in higher elevations could see 1-2". The main impact will be the cold along with winds gusting up to 40 mph at times. Click on the 'Weather' tab for more...
An early Sunday morning washout means more good news for the state's water supply.
Recent snowstorms and rainfalls have pushed the South Platte and Arkansas River basins a few percentage points closer to average.
The National Resource Conservation Service says the South Platte Basin was at 76 percent of average as of Friday, up from about 72 percent before the storm.
The Arkansas River Basin snowpack rose from about 78 percent to about 84 percent of average.
The National Weather Service says the storm had its biggest impact in the mountains in southern Colorado, dropping about 3 feet of snow.