The seasons first snowfall for many areas of the Front Range and eastern Colorado will arrive late Friday into Saturday with minor snow accumulations possible. A second cold front will move into eastern areas of the state on Friday with rain showers developing initially then rain will likely change over to snow late Friday night. Best chance for snow will be from late Friday night into the mid morning hours on Saturday then rain will likely mix with snow during the middle part of the day lower elevations. Anywhere from a dusting to a couple inches is possible with the higher amounts likely over plains of NE Colorado. This storm system will not linger very long with drying to set in later Saturday for northern areas of the state. Southern areas of Colorado will see snow begin much later but will linger longer into the evening and part of the overnight hours Saturday. Say goodbye to the 80s and 90s as fall has officially set in. With sub freezing temperatures Friday night and again Saturday night it is time to blow out the sprinklers and take any other necessary precautions to protect outdoor items from freezing. If you still have some veggies in the garden might as well finish the harvest and let things ripen indoors.