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A strong spring storm will move through eastern Colorado, spreading areas of rain and snow across the region. The precipitation will likely start off as rain in most areas, but should gradually change over to snow this afternoon and evening as the colder air filters into Colorado from the north. Heavy wet snow will be likely over the mountains and Palmer Divide regions, where significant snow will be possible. Gusty winds may also lead to white out conditions in some of these areas at times, making travel very difficult. Elsewhere across the region, some light accumulations of snow will be possible over the southern I25 Corridor tonight, with the accumulations likely remaining mainly on grassy or elevated surfaces due to the warm ground temperatures. Over the far southeast plains, temperatures will be slower to cool, so little if any accumulations of snow were expected. High temperatures today will likely occur this morning over most areas, with steady or slowly fal! ling temperatures behind a cold front expected through the afternoon hours. Lows tonight will likely fall to below freezing along the interstate 25 corridor, and again across most of the southeast plains Monday night. Precautions should be taken by this evening to protect any sensitive vegetation and any exposed pipes or sprinkler systems. For the latest information on warnings, advisories and expected snow amounts for this developing weather situation, please visit our web page at weather.gov/pub. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A cold spring storm system will move into Colorado tonight, dragging a cold front through the region Sunday afternoon. The chance for precipitation increases over the central mountains tonight, spreading across the remainder of the region behind the cold front Sunday afternoon into Monday morning. Significant snow accumulations are likely over the mountains and Palmer Divide with this system, with light accumulations possible Sunday night, along the interstate 25 corridor. Persons planning travel through the mountains and across the Palmer Divide, should remain weather alert and be prepared for adverse travel conditions. For the latest updates and information on the Winter Storm Watches, Warnings and Advisories, please visit our web page at weather.gov/pub. For road conditions, visit cotrip.org or call 511. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A cold spring storm system will move into Colorado tonight, dragging a cold front through the region Sunday afternoon. The chance for precipitation increases over the central mountains tonight, spreading across the remainder of the region behind the cold front Sunday afternoon into Monday morning. Significant snow accumulations are likely over the mountains and Palmer Divide with this system, with light accumulations possible Sunday night, along the interstate 25 corridor. Persons planning travel through the mountains and across the Palmer Divide, should remain weather alert and be prepared for adverse travel conditions. For the latest updates and information on the Winter Storm Watches, Warnings and Advisories, please visit our web page at weather.gov/pub. For road conditions, visit cotrip.org or call 511. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A cold spring storm system will move into Colorado tonight, dragging a cold front through the region Sunday afternoon. Moisture will increase over the mountains in advance of this system as the chance for precipitation increases over the central mountains tonight, spreading across the remainder of the region behind the cold front Sunday afternoon into Monday morning. Significant snow accumulations are possible over the mountains and Palmer Divide with this system, with light accumulations possible Sunday night, mainly on grassy and elevated surfaces, along the interstate 25 corridor. Persons planning travel through the mountains and across the Palmer Divide, should remain weather alert and be prepared for adverse travel conditions. For the latest updates and information on the Winter Storm Watches, Warnings and Advisories, please visit our web page at weather.gov/pub. For road conditions, visit cotrip.org or call 511. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for mor! e information.)

High pressure will weaken over the state today, as a spring storm system begins moving into Colorado tonight, before dragging a cold front through the region Sunday afternoon. Ahead of this system, warm and breezy to windy conditions was expected, with an increased fire danger developing over the southeast plains this afternoon and evening. Highs will top out in the 70s to mid 80s across the eastern plains and 50s and 60s over the high country. Moisture will increase over the mountains in advance of this system this afternoon, with isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms developing. The chances for precipitation will increase over the central mountains tonight, as the low begins moving across the state, then spreading across the remainder of the region behind the cold front Sunday afternoon into Monday morning. Some significant snow accumulations will be possible over the mountains and Palmer Divide with this system, with light accumulations possible Sunday ! night, mainly on grassy and elevated surfaces, elsewhere along the interstate 25 corridor. Persons planning travel through the mountains and across the Palmer Divide, should remain weather alert and be prepared for adverse travel conditions. For the latest updates and information on the fire weather threat for today and for Winter Storm Watches, Warnings or Advisories, please visit our web page at weather.gov/pub. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

High pressure will weaken over the state today, as a spring storm system begins moving into Colorado tonight, before dragging a cold front through the region Sunday afternoon. Ahead of this system, warm and breezy to windy continues was expected, with an increased fire danger developing over the southeast plains. Highs will top out in the 70s to mid 80s across the eastern plains and 50s and 60s over the high country. Moisture will increase over the mountains in advance of this system this afternoon, with isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms developing. The chances for precipitation will increase over the central mountains tonight, as the low begins moving across the state, then spreading across the remainder of the region behind the cold front Sunday afternoon into Monday morning. Some significant snow accumulations will be possible over the mountains and Palmer Divide with this system, with light accumulations possible Sunday night, mainly on grassy and ! elevated surfaces, elsewhere along the interstate 25 corridor. Persons planning travel through the mountains and across the Palmer Divide, should remain weather alert and be prepared for adverse travel conditions. For the latest updates and information on the fire weather threat for today and for Winter Storm Watches, Warnings or Advisories, please visit our web page at weather.gov/pub. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Weather conditions in Colorado will change through the day Saturday...ahead of a developing late season winter storm threat. Increasing moisture is expected to spread into the western side of the state...with rain and snow developing in the mountains. Some of the advancing moisture will make its way to the eastern mountains and the Palmer Divide in the afternoon...resulting in a chance of showers and thunderstorms. Fair and mild weather is expected over the southeast plains...although gusty winds with low humidity have prompted a Red Flag Warning for parts of the southeast plains Saturday afternoon and evening. Conditions will continue to deteriorate Saturday night and Sunday...with significant heavy wet snow accumulations in the mountains...and a good chance of precipitation over the rest of the region. High temperatures Saturday are going to reach the 50s and 60s in the mountains and southern valleys...and the 70s to lower 80s in the east. On Sunday though...expec! t temperatures to be on the order of 20 to 30 degrees COLDER region-wide. Visit our web page at weather.gov/pub for more details and the latest information on watches...advisories and warnings issued for this developing storm system. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A westerly wind flow aloft will spread over the state into Saturday, with mostly dry and warmer weather returning to much of Eastern Colorado, with temperatures warming back into the 70s across the eastern plains, with 50s and 60s expected over the mountains. By Saturday night, our next low pressure system will begin moving into the state from the west. This low will spread an abundance of moisture across the central and southwest mountains Saturday night, with the moisture working across the remainder of the state behind a cold front on Sunday. As the low moves southeast into the Texas Panhandle late Sunday, a good chance for precipitation will develop area wide, with accumulating snows possible over much of eastern Colorado as colder air filters into the region from the north. Significant snow accumulations will be possible in the mountains and across the Palmer Divide with this system, with any accumulations over the eastern plains likely remaining confined to g! rassy or elevated surfaces. Please Visit our web page at weather.gov/pub for the latest information on this developing storm system, and for information on watches, advisories or warnings issued for southeast Colorado. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A weak area of high pressure will build over Colorado Friday...bringing a brief break in the weather to end the work week. Enough lingering moisture could still be in place to keep skies partly sunny through the day...but temperatures should be warmer in all areas with highs in the 40s and 50s in the mountains...the 60s in the southern valleys...and the 60s and 70s on the eastern plains. A potentially strong spring storm is expected to move through the Rockies ...starting late Saturday and lasting through Monday. This system could bring the threat of significant snow to the central mountains...while another round of wetting rains and isolated snow showers are expected over the lower elevations. Look for a warm day Saturday...before temperatures take another plunge Sunday. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Cooler air will spill through southern and eastern Colorado today, bringing a chance of rain showers and a few thunderstorms to the viewing area...along with a slight chance of snow showers in higher areas. Temperatures are going to be cooler region-wide...with highs in the 40s and 50s in the mountains and southern valleys...and ranging in the upper 50s to around 70 degrees on the eastern plains. A short period of warmer temperatures and slightly warmer temperatures should return Friday. Overnight temperatures will drop into the 20s and 30s in the mountains and southern valleys, and into the mid to high 30s through the Plains tonight. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Cooler air will spill through southern and eastern Colorado today, bringing a chance of rain showers and a few thunderstorms to the viewing area...along with a slight chance of snow showers in higher areas. Temperatures are going to be cooler region-wide...with highs in the 40s and 50s in the mountains and southern valleys...and ranging in the upper 50s to around 70 degrees on the eastern plains. A short period of warmer temperatures and slightly warmer temperatures should return Friday. Overnight temperatures will drop into the 20s and 30s in the mountains and southern valleys, and into the mid to high 30s through the Plains tonight. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Cooler...moist air will spill through southern and eastern Colorado...bringing a chance of rain showers and a few thunderstorms to the viewing area...along with a slight chance of snow showers in higher areas. Temperatures are going to be cooler region-wide...with highs in the 40s and 50s in the mountains and southern valleys...and ranging in the upper 50s to around 70 degrees on the eastern plains. A short period of warmer temperatures and slightly warmer temperatures should return Friday. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Gusty winds will combine with warm and dry conditions across eastern Colorado today, increasing the fire danger across the eastern plains and mountains, and across the San Luis Valley. For the latest information on this fire danger, please visit our web page at weather.gov/pub. The next low pressure system begins moving across the state, dragging a cold front through the region later today with a few showers and afternoon thunderstorms possible over the mountains, mainly along and west of the Continental Divide. Area temperatures will warm into the 70s to low 80s across the eastern plains, and into the upper 40s to mid 60s across the high country. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Gusty winds will combine with warm and dry conditions across eastern Colorado today, increasing the fire danger across the eastern plains and mountains, and across the San Luis Valley. For the latest information on this fire danger, please visit our web page at weather.gov/pub. The next low pressure system begins moving across the state, dragging a cold front through the region later today with a few showers and afternoon thunderstorms possible over the mountains, mainly along and west of the Continental Divide. Area temperatures will warm into the 70s to low 80s across the eastern plains, and into the upper 40s to mid 60s across the high country. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Gusty winds will combine with warm and dry conditions across eastern Colorado today, increasing the fire danger across the eastern plains and mountains, and across the San Luis Valley. For the latest information on this fire danger, please visit our web page at weather.gov/pub. The next low pressure system begins moving across the state, dragging a cold front through the region later today with a few showers and afternoon thunderstorms possible over the mountains, mainly along and west of the Continental Divide. Area temperatures will warm into the 70s to low 80s across the eastern plains, and into the upper 40s to mid 60s across the high country. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Gusty southwest winds will combine with warm and dry conditions across eastern Colorado into Wednesday, to increase the fire danger across the eastern plains and mountains, and across the San Luis Valley. For the latest information on this fire danger, please visit our web page at weather.gov/pub. Cooler weather will return on Wednesday as our next low pressure system begins moving across the state, dragging a cold front through the region late in the day. A few showers and afternoon thunderstorms will be possible over the mountains, mainly along and west of the Continental Divide. Area temperatures on Wednesday will warm into the 70s to low 80s across the eastern plains, and into the upper 40s to mid 60s across the high country. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Gusty southwest winds will combine with warm and dry conditions across eastern Colorado into Wednesday, to increase the fire danger across the eastern plains and mountains, and across the San Luis Valley. For the latest information on this fire danger, please visit our web page at weather.gov/pub. Cooler weather will return on Wednesday as our next low pressure system begins moving across the state, dragging a cold front through the region late in the day. A few showers and afternoon thunderstorms will be possible over the mountains, mainly along and west of the Continental Divide. Area temperatures on Tuesday will warm into the 70s to low 80s across the eastern plains, and into the upper 40s to mid 60s across the high country. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Southwest flow aloft will continue to make its way across Colorado today...keeping warm and dry conditions in place. Gusty winds and high fire danger is expected to continue through this evening. Red Flag Warnings are in effect until 10 PM MDT for the San Luis Valley, and the southeast mountains and plains. For the latest information on this fire danger...keep in touch with our web page at weather.gov/pub. Windy and warm weather will return for Wednesday with another day of high fire danger for the southeast mountains and plains. Cooler weather will arrive starting Thursday as a low pressure system pushes a cold front through the state...followed by an upper level system later in the day. Temperatures today should reach the 50s and mid 60s in the mountains...the upper 60s and mid 70s in the southern valleys...and through the 80s to around 90 degrees across the eastern plains. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Southwest flow aloft will continue to make its way across Colorado today...keeping warm and dry conditions in place around the viewing area. Gusty winds are expected around mid-morning...increasing critical fire conditions today and through this evening. Red Flag Warnings are in effect until 10 PM MDT for the San Luis Valley and the southeast plains. For the latest information on this fire danger...keep in touch with our web page at weather.gov/pub. Cooler weather will return starting Wednesday as a low pressure system pushes a cold front through the state...followed by an upper level system later in the day. Temperatures today should reach the 50s and mid 60s in the mountains...the upper 60s and mid 70s in the southern valleys...and through the 80s to around 90 degrees across the eastern plains. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A southwest wind flow aloft will continue to stream across the state into Wednesday. This will continue the trend of very warm and dry weather across eastern Colorado on Tuesday, with gusty winds developing over the region by mid morning. This will help to increase the fire danger across the eastern plains and San Luis Valley. For the latest information on this fire danger, please visit our web page at weather.gov/pub. Cooler weather will return on Wednesday as our next low pressure system begins moving across the state, dragging a cold front through the region late in the day. Area temperatures on Tuesday will warm into the 80s across the eastern plains, and into the 50s to low 70s across the high country. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)