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The track of the storm system for this coming weekend remains uncertain. Other factors besides the exact track will also play a role in how much if any snow the region receives. At this time, based on the possible storm tracks and strength of the storm, it is likely that the Continental Divide will see some snow, possibly significant amounts, from this storm. The Sangre De Cristo Range will also likely see some snow, though probably not as much as the Eastern San Juans or Sawatch Mountains. The Ramparts, Wets, and adjacent higher terrain west of I-25 have a good chance of seeing some snow, while the I-25 corridor and San Luis Valley have lesser chances of seeing some light snowfall. These are relative probabilities and could change if the storm takes a more or less favorable track, or if smaller scale processes (like persistent bands of snow) dominate. Hopefully we will get a better feel for the storm's potential over the next couple of days.   (Please visit http://! weather.gov/pub for more information.)

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1211 days ago

The track of the storm system for this coming weekend remains uncertain. Other factors besides the exact track will also play a role in how much if any snow the region receives. At this time, based on the possible storm tracks and strength of the storm, it is likely that the Continental Divide will see some snow, possibly significant amounts, from this storm. The Sangre De Cristo Range will also likely see some snow, though probably not as much as the Eastern San Juans or Sawatch Mountains. The Ramparts, Wets, and adjacent higher terrain west of I-25 have a good chance of seeing some snow, while the I-25 corridor and San Luis Valley have lesser chances of seeing some light snowfall. These are relative probabilities and could change if the storm takes a more or less favorable track, or if smaller scale processes (like persistent bands of snow) dominate. Hopefully we will get a better feel for the storm's potential over the next couple of days. (Please visit http://! weather.gov/pub for more information.)

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