DENVER (KDVR) – A storm moving slowly west to east across Colorado will bring some showers to the Front Range and Denver metro area.

Lots of showers will struggle to come down from the mountains. Nevertheless, a few showers of rain or even snow are possible in the early evening on Sunday. If you haven’t had any humidity between 9 and 10 p.m., your luck is over.

The mountains along Interstate 70 are subject to winter weather advisories for possible slippery roads until 6 a.m. Monday. Snow will be intermittent throughout the night with around 2 to 6 inches possible, particularly above 9,000 feet.

Our weather model for the last week of April looks dry. We will only have a few clouds and times when afternoon temperatures warm into the 70s and 80s mid week.

Dry conditions mean you have to be careful of open flames or burns. We don’t think we have a high fire risk this week given the lack of wind expected next weekend. However, the area is exceptionally dry so be careful.

If April ends with no more measurable rain or snow, then April 2022 enters the record books as the driest on record and tied for 4th least snowfall on record.