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914 days ago
A large Pacific storm system will move over the southern Rockies today. 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 afternoon and over a foot of snow could accumulate for the higher elevations by Sunday morning. The Sangre De Cristo mountains and Pikes Peak will likely see a few inches of snow accumulation on Saturday. The southeast Colorado plains will remain dry on Saturday, with above normal high temperatures. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)