A strong winter storm will push across the desert southwest and into the Four Corners region by Saturday morning, then east along the Colorado New Mexico border and into western Kansas by Saturday evening. Moisture will increase across the state in advance of this low, bringing increasing clouds to the state, with a good chance for snow developing over the mountains along and west of the Continental Divide by Friday afternoon. The snow will then spread east across the remainder of the high country late Friday night, and into the eastern plains by Saturday morning. Snow will become heavy at times over the central and southwest mountains and across the Palmer Divide and Teller county, with snowfall accumulations of 1 to 2 feet possible. Elsewhere across the region, given the current forecast projections, accumulations will likely range from a trace up to 2 inches. Some uncertainties remain with regards to the track of this system...so persons planning travel across th! e state Friday and Saturday should remain weather alert to this developing winter weather situation...and be prepared for hazardous driving conditions...especially across the mountain passes.   (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)