Another Storm Headed for Colorado

A spring snow storm will move from the four corners region Thursday afternoon, then across northern New Mexico on Friday.  The southwest mountains will continue to see periods of heavy snowfall through tonight which should diminish by Thursday morning. Ahead of this storm system on Thursday, winds will increase across southeast Colorado with the potential for a few strong to severe thunderstorms across the eastern counties.  Snow will ramp up again across the central mountains by afternoon, then spread into the Pikes Peak region during the evening, and across the southeast mountains and I-25 corridor overnight Thursday.  Heavy snow will continue across this area Friday through Saturday morning with snow levels wavering around 5500 feet.  Widespread rainfall will occur across the lower elevations of the southeast plains through Saturday morning.  This storm has the potential to have a significant impact on travel in and near the mountains.  Please stay informed of the latest forecasts and possible warnings concerning this developing storm.  For more details please see the Graphical Forecast  HERE.

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