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.
- Partly cloudy, cool and dry. Evening temperatures in the low 40s.
Southwest Colorado: (Durango, Cortez, Pagosa Springs)
- Breezy and partly cloudy. Evening temperatures in the mid 20s.
- Lots of snow on the ground! Light snow possible until 6 pm Wednesday evening. Evening temperatures in the low 20s.
- 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.
- A few brief rain/snow showers before 7 pm, then partly cloudy. Evening temperatures in the middle to upper 40s.