An upper level disturbance will track across the region tonight
bringing widespread snowfall to much of the area. Generally 4 to
8 inches of snow will fall over the eastern mountains and southern
I-25 corridor south of pueblo with 1 to 4 inches elsewhere.
Areas of light snow will continue over southern Colorado on Friday. A persistent fetch of pacific moisture will bring widespread heavy snow to the continental divide Friday night through Monday with 2 to 4 feet of snow possible. The heaviest snow is expected over the eastern San Juan Mountains. Winds will increase Friday night and Saturday across the eastern San Juan Mountains resulting in blowing and drifting snow and near whiteout conditions at times. The Sangre de Cristo Mountains will also see some heavy Snow across the higher peaks and west facing slopes.