A low pressure system will move along the Colorado New Mexico border today and into the Texas Panhandle early this evening, dragging a cold front through the region during the afternoon hours. Moisture will increase across the area behind this front, with scattered to numerous rain and snow showers developing across eastern Colorado. Gusty winds could bring white out conditions to some locations, making travel hazardous especially across the mountains and along the Interstate 25 corridor late this afternoon into tonight. Persons planning travel across the state should remain weather alert and visit our web site at www.weather.gov/pub for the latest updates on any watches, advisories or warnings across eastern Colorado. Temperatures will remain well below average today, with highs warming only into the 30s and 40s over much of southern Colorado through mid afternoon, with falling temps spreading across the region behind the cold front.   (Please visit http://weather.! gov/pub for more information.)