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NWS Denver/Boulder, CO
For today and tonight:
A storm system will move across Colorado this afternoon and
tonight. Heavy snow can be expected at times over the mountains
and foothills with accumulations of 6 to 13 inches, highest
amounts on higher east slopes. Across the lower elevations,
there will initially be a mix of rain and snow before changing to
all snow during the afternoon. Accumulations of 2 to 6 inches can
be expected along the Urban Corridor, with the higher amounts near
the foothills and south of Denver. Across the far northeast plains
the snowfall will be under 2 inches. The snow will gradually
diminish later tonight.
For Saturday through Thursday:
Dry and warm conditions are expected Saturday through Monday.
West winds will increase in the Front Range mountains and
foothills Saturday night through Monday, with gusts as high as 50
mph Sunday. Another storm system will bring areas of rain, snow
and colder temperatures to the region late Monday night through
Spotter activation will not be needed today or tonight, however
snowfall reports will be appreciated.