The Pacific storm system that has been making its way into the Rocky Mountain states over the weekend will swing through Colorado Tuesday...keeping snow in the outlook for most of the state. After the Winter Storm Warnings and Advisories in the western mountains end early Tuesday morning though...snow accumulations across the district should be light. Considerably colder air is also expected to spread through the area...with daytime temperatures on the order of 25 to 30 degrees colder than Monday's readings. High temperatures are going to be in the single digits and teens in the mountains...the 20s in the southern valleys...and the 30s to lower 40s over the eastern plains.   (Please visit for more information.)