Weather Story
NWS Grand Junction, CO

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Get ready to hold onto your hats! The next winter storm will begin making its way into northeastern Utah tonight and spread east into northwestern Colorado overnight into Sunday. Winds will increase on Sunday, then more dramatically Monday as widespread snow spreads across northwestern and west central Colorado. Moderate to heavy snow and blowing snow will reduce visibilities across much of northwest Colorado on Sunday afternoon through Monday night. The valleys of southeast Utah and southwest Colorado are expected to remain mostly dry through Monday, though a stray shower will be possible. Tuesday through Wednesday will be dry except for a few isolated showers across northwest Colorado. The Christmas Day storm is looking less impactful, though major uncertainty exists for that storm. Stay tuned to the latest developments!


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