Saturday starts sunny and dry across the Front Range with temperatures reaching the upper 60s to 70s. By the afternoon, clouds increase with a 50% chance of rain/t-storms through the evening.
The mountains can expect rain/snow/t-storms racing in by midday.
Mother’s Day looks cooler in the upper 40s to 50s across the Front Range with low clouds and drizzle. A few storms possible late Sunday into Monday.
Monday looks wet with on/off rain showers. Then it changes to a rain/snow mix in Denver by Monday night into Tuesday morning.
Light wet accumulation possible, one inch or less across the I-25 Corridor.
The mountains and Foothills could see several inches of snow accumulation.
Wait to plant until after this. We are forecasting overnight lows in the mid-30s for two nights.