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885 days ago
A large Pacific storm system will continue to move over Colorado into Sunday. Snow will continue over the San Juans tonight, with over a foot of snow possible across the higher elevations by Sunday morning. The snow will ramp up once again across this area by Sunday afternoon, with additional accumulations likely into Monday. The Sangre De Cristo mountains will likely see several inches of snow accumulation tonight with the chances for precipitation increasing once again late Sunday. The southeast Colorado plains will see isolated to widely scattered rain and snow showers tonight, with the chances for precipitation diminishing after midnight, with dry conditions expected on Sunday. Area temperatures will be fairly mild with this system on Sunday, with 50s and 60s expected across the plains, and 30s and 40s over the high country. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)