It is looking increasingly likely that a winter storm will impact the area late Saturday through early Monday. Both the American GFS computer model and European ECMWF model predict that a low pressure system will develop over the Desert Southwest on Sunday, then move through New Mexico Sunday night. Both models track the low pressure system a little too far south for significant snowfall in southeast Colorado, but the system is still five days away. The GFS storm track is a little slower and would likely bring more snowfall to the area. Even minor changes to the track or strength of the storm could affect the amount of precipitation expected. It seems fairly certain that we will see much cooler weather by this weekend. Stay tuned for the latest developments regarding this storm.   (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)