How Much Snow Will Colorado See on Halloween 2018?

Despite what you might hear, it is pretty rare to see snow on Halloween in Colorado. Most cities have historically seen measurable snow on less than 15% of Halloweens. But Halloween 2018 may be different...

Much of the state will see snow, it's just how much and when each part of the state will get it that varies a little. 

According to 9News, Castle Rock and north will get between 1-4 inches, south of there towards Colorado Springs will get between 3-8 inches, and the mountains could see up to 10 inches. Here's when you can expect it; 

Northwest Colorado: (Craig, Meeker, Steamboat Springs)

  • Partly cloudy for the late afternoon. Mostly cloudy with a chance for light snow in the evening. Evening temperatures in the upper 20s and low 30s.

Western Slope:

  • Partly cloudy, cool and dry. Evening temperatures in the low 40s.

Southwest Colorado: (Durango, Cortez, Pagosa Springs)

Central Mountains:

  • Breezy and partly cloudy. Evening temperatures in the mid 20s.

Southern Mountains:

  • Lots of snow on the ground! Light snow possible until 6 pm Wednesday evening. Evening temperatures in the low 20s.

Continental Divide:

  • Windy and clear. Evening temperatures in the low to mid 20s.

Front Range: (Denver, Fort Collins, Greeley, Castle Rock):

  • Snow ends before 9 am. Mostly cloudy. Evening temperatures in the mid 30s to low 40s.

Northeast Colorado: (Fort Morgan, Sterling, Holyoke, Julesburg, Yuma, Wray)

  • Mostly cloudy. Evening temperatures in the low 40s.

Eastern Colorado: (Limon, Burlington)

  • Mostly cloudy. Evening temperatures in the middle 30s.

Southeastern Colorado:

  • A few brief rain/snow showers before 7 pm, then partly cloudy. Evening temperatures in the middle to upper 40s.
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