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A period of unsettled weather will spread across the state over the next few days, as the first in a series of low pressure systems makes its way across the region tonight into Tuesday night. This low will bring areas of snow to much of Colorado, with significant snowfall expected over the far southeast plains and across the mountains. Elsewhere across the region, light to moderate snow accumulations will be possible, including the Interstate 25 corridor and San Luis Valley. Persons planning travel across the region over the next few days should remain weather alert and be prepared for adverse weather conditions. Please visit our web page for the latest information on winter weather warnings and advisories that are in effect across the state at... www.weather.gov/pub (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A new low pressure system will continue to take shape across the desert southwest...pumping moist air into southern Colorado...with increasing snow along the Continental Divide spreading across the rest of southern areas by this evening. Significant snowfall is expected over the eastern plains as well as the central and southwest mountains. People in these areas should remain alert and be prepared for adverse driving conditions. Expect another round of extremely cold temperatures starting Tuesday. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A new low pressure system will continue to take shape across the desert southwest...pumping moist air into southern Colorado...with increasing snow along the Continental Divide spreading across the rest of southern areas by this evening. Significant snowfall is expected over the eastern plains as well as the central and southwest mountains. People in these areas should remain alert and be prepared for adverse driving conditions. Expect another round of extremely cold temperatures starting Tuesday. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

High pressure will move east of the state tonight, as our next low pressure system takes shape across the desert southwest. This low will move into southern Arizona late tonight, then east into New Mexico by Monday evening. Moisture will begin increasing along the Continental Divide early Monday morning, and gradually spread east across the remainder of the state by Monday evening, with snow becoming widespread across eastern Colorado by late Monday night. The chances for snow should then continue into Tuesday night before diminishing Wednesday morning. Light to moderate snow accumulations will be possible across much of eastern Colorado, with significant snowfall expected over the central and southwest mountains, and across the far eastern plains. Persons planning travel Tuesday into Wednesday, should remain weather alert and be prepared for adverse driving conditions. Area temperatures will remain well below average over the next few days, with some of the coldes! t air of the season moving into southern Colorado behind a cold front Tuesday night. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A brief period of sunshine and milder temperatures is in store across southern and eastern Colorado today. Clouds will be a little slower to diminish over the extreme southeast...lingering into the afternoon...while the rest of the region will be mostly sunny through the day. A new storm system is expected to enter the picture tonight and early Monday...with unsettled weather returning to the region into at least Tuesday. Even though temperatures will be a little warmer today...highs are still expected to be below average in all areas. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

The chances for snow will gradually diminish across eastern Colorado this evening, as the low pressure system over southern New Mexico and western Texas moves south into Mexico and away from the state. Dry weather will then briefly return to the region late tonight into early Monday, before our next storm system begins to take shape across the desert southwest. This low will bring a return of unsettled weather to the region from Monday into Tuesday night, beginning across the Continental Divide Monday afternoon, and spreading east across the remainder of the state Monday evening. This system will likely bring hazardous travel conditions to much of the state Tuesday morning, so persons planning to travel during this time should remain weather alert. Area temperatures will remain quite cold across the region over the next few days, with highs only topping out in the 20s to mid 30s Sunday afternoon. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Winter weather advisories will continue today for most areas. Snow will become lighter through today but will remain continuous. Another round of snow will spread across the southeast mountains and plains today with a slow clearing from the north expected by late evening. Wintry weather will result in slick and snow packed roads through the next 24 to 48 hours, especially over the high country where avalanche danger will remain high. Sunday will be a sunny break as the region will be poised between two separate weather systems. The next system will begin to move into the area by late Sunday night / early Monday morning and persist through Tuesday. A wintery week is ahead so be prepared for icy roads and slow travel. Stay tuned to your NOAA weather radio and keep up to date at www.weather.gov/pub. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Wintry weather will continue today. Snow will become lighter through today but will remain continuous. Another round of snow will spread across the southeast mountains and plains today with a slow clearing from the north expected by late evening. Wintry weather will result in slick and snow packed roads through the next 24 to 48 hours, especially over the high country where avalanche danger will remain high. Sunday will be a sunny break as the region will be poised between two separate weather systems. The next system will begin to move into the area by late Sunday night / early Monday morning and persist through Tuesday. A wintery week is ahead so be prepared for icy roads and slow travel. Stay tuned to your NOAA weather radio and keep up to date at www.weather.gov/pub. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Wintry weather will continue tonight through Saturday. Heavy snow will continue across the mountains tonight with the heaviest snow falling along the continental divide. Snow will become lighter through Saturday but will remain continuous. Meanwhile, narrow bands of snow will continue to spread off the southeast mountains and into the adjacent plains tonight, leading to more highly variable snowfall amounts. Quick accumulations of an inch or two will be possible under the heavier bands. Another round of snow will spread across the southeast mountains and plains on Saturday. Wintry weather will result in slick and snow packed roads through the next 24 to 48 hours, especially over the high country where avalanche danger will remain high. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

These are the latest winter weather highlights in effect for Southern Colorado. The heaviest snow is expected to fall over the Central mountains where area ski resorts will likely be measuring in feet! Several inches of snow are expected across the San Juan range and Eastern mountains along with the lower slopes. Those in El Paso county will see varying amounts of snow...with the heaviest snow falling across northern portions of the county. Light snowfall is also possible across the Eastern Plains with an inch or two possible through Saturday morning. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A strong jet stream-driven weather system will continue push snow and strong winds into the Rocky Mountains through Friday...bringing heavy snow and blowing snow to the high country and northern portions of the region.. and light snow through the Plains into Saturday. Temperatures are going to be in the 20s and 30s in most areas...with a small pocket of 40 degree readings in extreme southern Colorado between Walsenburg and Trinidad and along the Raton Mesa. For complete details on this developing system..visit our web page at www.weather.gov/pub. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A strong jet stream-driven weather system will continue to draw moisture and strong winds into the Rocky Mountains through Friday...bringing heavy snow and blowing snow to the high country and light snow through the Plains. Elsewhere across the region...snow is in the outlook for the San Luis Valley and southeast Colorado through the day Friday. Temperatures are going to be in the 20s and 30s in most areas...with a small pocket of 40 degree readings in extreme southern Colorado between Walsenburg and Trinidad and along the Raton Mesa. For complete details on this developing system..visit our web page at www.weather.gov/pub. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A strong jet stream-driven weather system will continue to pump abundant moisture and strong winds into the Rocky Mountains through Friday...bringing heavy snow and blowing snow to the high country. For the complete details on these weather highlights...including forecast snow fall amounts...visit our web page at www.weather.gov/pub. Travelers and other interests should keep in mind the forecast impacts for northern Colorado...including Front Range areas out to the plains. Elsewhere across the region...a chance of snow is in the outlook for the San Luis Valley and southeast Colorado through the day Friday. Temperatures are going to be in the 20s and 30s in most areas...with a small pocket of 40 degree readings in extreme southern Colorado between Walsenburg and Trinidad and along the Raton Mesa. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A strong Pacific weather system will push across Colorado through Friday. This will result in strong winds across the eastern mountains today...and periods of heavy snow and blowing snow in the central and western mountains through Friday. For the latest details on these weather highlights...visit our web page at www.weather.gov/pub. Elsewhere across the region...rain and snow will develop over the San Luis Valley and the eastern plains into early Friday. Area temperatures will warm into the 40s and 50s across the eastern plains and into the 20s to low 40s across the high country today, then falling behind a cold front this afternoon into the upcoming weekend. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A strong Pacific weather system will push across Colorado through Friday. This will result in strong winds across the eastern mountains today...and periods of heavy snow and blowing snow in the central and western mountains through Friday. For the latest details on these weather highlights...visit our web page at www.weather.gov/pub. Elsewhere across the region...rain and snow will develop over the San Luis Valley and the eastern plains into early Friday. Area temperatures will warm into the 40s and 50s across the eastern plains and into the 20s to low 40s across the high country today, then falling behind a cold front this afternoon into the upcoming weekend. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A strong Pacific jet stream weather system will charge into western Colorado starting tonight and continuing through Friday. This will result in strong winds across the eastern mountains tonight...and periods of heavy snow and blowing snow in the central and western mountains through Friday. For the latest details on these weather highlights...visit our web page at www.weather.gov/pub. Elsewhere across the region...rain and snow will develop over the San Luis Valley and the eastern plains Thursday into early Friday...with falling temperatures over the two day period. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A west to northwest wind flow aloft, will spread across Colorado over the next few days, while an area of low pressure at the surface builds slowly into the state from the northwest. This will bring periods of cloudiness to the region into the upcoming weekend, with unsettled weather developing across eastern Colorado, especially over the central and southwest mountain regions, where winter highlights have been issued. Strong winds will also be a concern for the eastern mountains tonight. For the latest information on these weather highlights, please visit our web page at www.weather.gov/pub. Elsewhere across the region, dry and warmer weather was expected today, with isolated to scattered areas of precipitation developing Thursday and Friday. Some light accumulations of snow may be possible, mainly in and near the mountains. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

After a very cold start to the week, high temperatures will be up to 30 degrees warmer across the area on Wednesday. Clouds will increase over the mountains through the day with snow developing over the higher terrain north of Monarch Pass during the afternoon. It will remain dry elsewhere across the area, under partly to mostly sunny skies. A powerful winter storm system will move into the Colorado Rockies Wednesday night, impacting much of the region for Thursday and Friday. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

After another chilly day today, high temperatures will be up to 30 degrees warmer across Expect increasing clouds in the mountains Wednesday with snow developing in the afternoon...ahead of an approaching winter storm system. Skies will be partly to mostly sunny across the rest of southern and eastern Colorado Wednesday with temperatures 20 to 25 degrees warmer than Tuesday's readings. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Visible satellite imagery at 9 AM indicating snow on the ground across the region from last nights storm. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)