Northern Colorado was spared of snow last week with warmer temperatures in the area - but did you really we'd be spared for long?

The National Weather Service forecast predicts we might see some snow in the Fort Collins area through Tuesday night (Jan. 26).

Snow could start after 2 p.m Monday (Jan. 25) with a possible accumulation of about half an inch. There's a better chance for snow later into Monday night, bringing in about another half inch.

The high for Monday is 34 and the low will be around 16.

Snow is likely again on Tuesday after 11 a.m, with a 60% chance of precipitation; Tuesday's high is 25 with a low of 7.

Temperatures will climb in Northern Colorado later in the week, hitting a peak high of about 57 on Friday (Jan. 29).

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