Focus Region: NE Colorado and SW Nebraska
Models showing moisture filling in on western slope Friday night with southerly winds. Areas of Denver may see a trace of snow with this moisture fetch over the mountains. Models suggesting moisture will be advected North over KA and NE as well as NE CO by Saturday morning by a SE wind. The snow line looks to setup across the I-76 corridor around Ft. Morgan and get heavier the further to the East. Water equivalent around 0.01-0.10 inches which would equate to around 1 inch of snow in the Saturday morning hours. By 11 am all precipitation has moved E ahead of the Low pressure. Area of focus region temperatures around lower to mid 30's F. Any precipitation during the noon time looks to be in various forms, sleet, cold rain, wet snow, as the freezing line sits on Imperial, NE. 5pm Saturday light precipitation over the region with a SW wind changing to the North as a frontal boundary passes through bringing temperatures around the 30's. Saturday night a north wind dominates after frontal passage (FROPA) with temperatures around 30 F. Some radiational cooling from the surface from day time precipitation may occur which would drop the temperatures between 20's and 30's for Saturday night. Sunday morning a possible shower or two but otherwise looking to clear out as all precipitation has moved to the east. Sunday temperatures warming near 40's with strong NW wind around 15 mph. Travel home looks nice and clear but cool temperatures.