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731 days ago
A large Pacific storm system will move into the southern Rockies tonight. This storm will bring a prolonged period of moderate to occasionally heavy snow to the Continental Divide. Snow will begin to increase over the San Juans by Saturday morning, and over a foot of snow could accumulate for the higher elevations by Sunday morning. After a brief lull in the snow on Sunday, snow will intensify again late Sunday into Monday night, bringing additional heavy snowfall to the mountains through Tuesday morning. Some spots south of Wolf Creek Pass could see over three feet of snow. Snow east of the mountains is much more uncertain, but at this point it looks like there could be some brief wind and snow across the plains Tuesday afternoon and evening. Stay tuned to your National Weather Service for the latest developments on this incoming winter storm. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)