Recent warm weather will allow roads to initially melt snow Wednesday night and early Thursday. As temperatures continue to fall, roads should freeze and produce slick conditions for the Thursday morning commute.
This won't be a huge snowstorm. A few areas west of Interstate 25 will get 2"-5" of snow but most areas look to be between 1" and 3". Many areas will likely be on the low end of our ranges. Note that the Summit County and I-70 ski resorts will get very little snow from this storm.
In the Pikes Peak Region the heaviest amounts should be around Pikes Peak and north of Florissant. Many areas only get an inch or two.
The Wet and Sangre de Cristo Mountains should get a general 2"-5" of snow through Thursday with lower elevations getting less.