Currently Colorado sits under high pressure. These conditions persist till early afternoon Saturday as Southwest flow enters the state. The cooler front of the next low pressure system settles in bringing snow to the mountains on late Saturday night into Monday morning.
As the front moves across the state Saturday night, adequate lifting will generate snowfall. During this time winds along ridge-tops will be in the 30-40mph range out of the Southwest. Behind the front, snowfall continues with a more zonal westerly flow with reducing winds. Temperatures for this storm wont be as cold as the last two systems, but should stay cold enough to keep precipitation frozen even at lower elevations.
For now, snowfall totals could be in the 2-4 inch range. That’s all I have to say about that right now.
Pray for snow!