Over the past several days, the extended range models have been suggesting that we will see a switch to cooler weather later this weekend or early next week. The latest (0600 UTC) GFS forecast for 1200 UTC (0600 MDT) Monday morning is unlike anything we've seen in some time with a deep upper-level trough centered over the interior west and Utah.
700-mb temperatures on Monday are as low as about -4˚C, certainly cold enough for snow down to about 7000 or 7500 feet.
If you must ask, here's a peak at our downscaled NAEFS product. Most members generate 0-3" of snow, but there are a few that are a bit more enthusiastic.