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Sunday Colorado snow forecast: How much to expect across the state

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Posted at 8:07 AM, Feb 02, 2020
and last updated 2020-02-03 15:12:57-05

NEW STORY (1 p.m. Monday, Feb. 3): We have an updated forecast on what to expect from this storm up now. Click here to read. The below story was last updated around 7 a.m.


DENVER — Spring comes early to Denver on Sunday, with temperatures expected to reach near-record levels in the low 70s. But it won't last long.

A chilly airmass is still expected to move through Colorado on Sunday night, setting the stage for two days of bitter lows and what should be the Front Range's first good snow of 2020.

Read our timeline of what to expect, and when, here. Be sure to check out our weather page, too — it has our latest forecasts, planners and radar links.

The Front Range isn't expected to see snow until Monday morning. On Monday morning, the National Weather Service in Boulder posted its expected snowfall totals through early Wednesday. Here's how much snow to expect, and where:

Boulder: 11 inches

Castle Rock: 8 inches

Estes Park: 8 inches

Vail: 5 inches

Fairplay: 4 inches

Denver: 7 inches

Fort Collins: 6 inches

Byers: 4 inches

Fraser: 5 inches

Steamboat Springs: 3 inches

Colorado Springs: 4 inches

Greeley: 4 inches

Aspen: 3 inches

Glenwood Springs: 2 inches