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Rain will gradually change over to snow across the eastern plains this evening, with significant snow accumulations possible across the southern plains and over the eastern mountains. Light to moderate snowfall was expected elsewhere across the region tonight. The snow should gradually diminish late tonight from north to south, with some clearing possible by Saturday afternoon across southeast Colorado. Please visit our web page for the latest updates on this winter storm at weather.gov/pub. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Temperatures have begun to fall across southeastern Colorado since a cold front moved through the region earlier this morning. Colder air will continue to move in to the region this afternoon. Precipitation will begin as snow across the mountains, but may begin as rain early this afternoon across the plains and then change over to snow. The heaviest snows will be in the mountains, northern El Paso county, Teller County, southern I-25 corridor, and the southern plains. Numerous winter weather headlines have been issued for southeastern Colorado, including Winter Storm Warnings and Winter Weather Advisories. Please visit our webpage, weather.gov/pub, for more information. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Temperatures have begun to fall across southeastern Colorado since a cold front moved through the region earlier this morning. Colder air will continue to move in to the region this afternoon. Precipitation will begin as snow across the mountains, but may begin as rain early this afternoon across the plains and then change over to snow. The heaviest snows will be in the mountains, northern El Paso county, Teller County, southern I-25 corridor, and the southern plains. Numerous winter weather headlines have been issued for southeastern Colorado, including Winter Storm Warnings and Winter Weather Advisories. Please visit our webpage, weather.gov/pub, for more information. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Temperatures have began to fall across southeastern Colorado since a cold front moved through the region earlier this morning. Colder air will continue to move in to the region this afternoon. Precipitation will begin as snow across the mountains, but may begin as rain early this afternoon across the plains and then change over to snow. The heaviest snows will be in the mountains, northern El Paso county, Teller County, southern I-25 corridor, and the southern plains. Numerous winter weather headlines have been issued for southeastern Colorado, including Winter Storm Warnings and Winter Weather Advisories. Please visit our webpage, weather.gov/pub, for more information. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A low pressure system will push across eastern Colorado tonight, dragging a cold front through the region during the morning hours on Friday. Moisture will increase across the state behind this front, with a good chance for precipitation developing over most locations into early Saturday morning. The precipitation will likely start out as rain over the eastern plains Friday afternoon, but should mix with and change over to all snow during the evening hours. Travel may become hazardous across portions of eastern Colorado Friday into Saturday, so persons planning travel across the area should stay abreast of the latest forecasts, warnings and advisories for this developing winter weather situation. At this time, it appears like the highest impact from the snow will occur over the mountains and adjacent plains, with lighter accumulations expected elsewhere across the region. High temperatures on Friday will likely occur during the morning hours, with steady or slowly f! alling temperatures expected behind the cold front Friday afternoon. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

A low pressure system will push across eastern Colorado tonight, dragging a cold front through the region during the morning hours on Friday. Moisture will increase across the state behind this front, with a good chance for precipitation developing over most locations into early Saturday morning. The precipitation will likely start out as rain over the eastern plains Friday afternoon, but should mix with and change over to all snow during the evening hours. Travel may become hazardous across portions of eastern Colorado Friday into Saturday, so persons planning travel across the area should stay abreast of the latest forecasts, warnings and advisories for this developing winter weather situation. At this time, it appears like the highest impact from the snow will over the mountains and adjacent plains, with lighter accumulations expected elsewhere across the region. High temperatures on Friday will likely occur during the morning hours, with steady or slowly falling! temperatures expected behind the cold front Friday afternoon. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Today will be mostly sunny and warm across southeastern Colorado. Expect 70's across the eastern plains, upper 50's in the San Luis Valley, and 30's and 40's across the high country. A weather system will move through the region late tonight/Friday, bringing colder air, snow, and rain to the area on Friday. Rain/Snow is likely all day Friday through Friday night with heavy, wet snow likely across the eastern mountains and adjacent plains. All precipitation will come to an end Saturday morning. Travel may become hazardous across the region during this time. Those travelling across southeastern Colorado should monitor the latest weather information via our web page at www.weather.gov/pub. Please visit cotrip.org (CDOT) for the latest road conditions. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Today will be mostly sunny and warm across southeastern Colorado. Expect 70's across the eastern plains, upper 50's in the San Luis Valley, and 30's and 40's across the high country. A weather system will move through the region late tonight/Friday, bringing colder air, snow, and rain to the area on Friday. Rain/Snow is likely all day Friday through Friday night with heavy, wet snow likely across the eastern mountains and adjacent plains. All precipitation will come to an end Saturday morning. Travel may become hazardous across the region during this time. Those travelling across southeastern Colorado should monitor the latest weather information via our web page at www.weather.gov/pub. Please visit cotrip.org (CDOT) for the latest road conditions. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Thursday will be sunny and warm as another low pressure system takes shape over the state. This system will move through the region late Thursday night into Friday, bringing snow and rain to the area. Precipitation is expected to continue most of the day on Friday with heavy, wet snow likely across the eastern mountains and adjacent plains before moving out of the area Saturday. Persons planning travel across the region during this time should keep abreast of the latest information available on this system by visiting our web page at www.weather.gov/pub. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

The chances for precipitation will diminish across the region early this morning, giving way to plenty of sunshine across the state. Temperatures will be noticeably cooler today over the eastern plains, but still around average, with above average readings expected over the high country, as temperatures warm into the 40s and 50s over most areas. Our next low pressure system will take shape over Colorado late Thursday, with a chance for precipitation developing along the Continental Divide. This low is expected to move south into eastern New Mexico and western Texas Friday night, dragging a cold front through the region by midafternoon on Friday. Moisture will increase across the remainder of the state behind this cold front, with a good chance for precipitation developing area wide Friday night into Saturday morning. Persons planning travel across the region during this time may need to keep abreast of the latest information available on this system by visiting our ! web page at www.weather.gov/pub. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

The chances for precipitation will diminish across the region early this morning, giving way to plenty of sunshine across the state. Temperatures will be noticeably cooler today over the eastern plains, but still around average, with above average readings expected over the high country, as temperatures warming into the 40s and 50s over most areas. Our next low pressure system will take shape over Colorado late Thursday, with a chance for precipitation developing along the Continental Divide. This low was then expected to move south into eastern New Mexico and western Texas Friday night, dragging a cold front through the region by midafternoon on Friday. Moisture will increase across the remainder of the state behind this cold front, with a good chance for precipitation developing area wide Friday night into Saturday morning. Persons planning travel across the region during this time may need to keep abreast of the latest information available on this system by visi! ting our web page at www.weather.gov/pub. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

The low pressure system will drag a shallow cold front through eastern Colorado this evening. Behind the cold front, moisture will briefly increase across the state, with wintery mix of rain and snow developing across much of eastern Colorado into early Wednesday morning. The best chances for precipitation are expected in and near the mountains and across the Palmer Divide, where light snow accumulations are possible. Isolated rain/snow showers are likely through the early morning across the Plains, with improving conditions by midday. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

The low pressure system will drag a shallow cold front through eastern Colorado this evening. Behind the cold front this evening, moisture will briefly increase across the state, with isolated to scattered areas of snow developing across much of eastern Colorado into early Wednesday morning. The best chances for precipitation are expected in and near the mountains and across the Palmer Divide, where light snow accumulations are possible. Isolated snow showers are likely through the early morning across the Plains, with improving condition by midday. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Our next low pressure system will begin moving across the state today, dragging a shallow cold front through eastern Colorado this evening. Warm and dry air will spread across the region ahead of the cold front, with above average temperatures expected over most locations this afternoon, as highs top out in the mid 50s to lower 60s over the eastern plains and 40s to lower 50s over the high country. Behind the cold front this evening, moisture will briefly increase across the state, with isolated to scattered areas of precipitation developing across much of eastern Colorado into early Wednesday morning. The best chances for precipitation are expected in and near the mountains and across the Palmer Divide, where light snow accumulations are possible. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Our next low pressure system will begin moving across the state today, bragging a shallow cold front through eastern Colorado this evening. Warm and dry air will spread across the region ahead of the cold front, with above average temperatures expected over most locations this afternoon, as highs top out in the mid 50s to lower 60s over the eastern plains and 40s to lower 50s over the high country. Behind the cold front his evening, moisture will briefly increase across the state, with isolated to scattered areas of precipitation developing across much of eastern Colorado into early Wednesday morning. The best chances for precipitation were expected in and near the mountains and across the Palmer Divide, where light snow accumulations are possible. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Our next low pressure system will begin moving across the state today, bragging a shallow cold front through eastern Colorado this evening. Warm and dry air will spread across the region ahead of the cold front, with above average temperatures expected over most locations this afternoon, as highs top out in the mid 50s to lower 60s over the eastern plains and 40s to lower 50s over the high country. Behind the cold front his evening, moisture will briefly increase across the state, with isolated to scattered areas of precipitation developing across much of eastern Colorado into early Wednesday morning. The best chances for precipitation were expected in and near the mountains and across the Palmer Divide, where light snow accumulations are possible. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Light snow showers over the continental divide and central mountains will come to an end later tonight. The plains can expect dry and warmer weather. The next chance for precipitation in southeastern Colorado will be Tuesday afternoon and evening as a weak weather system passes through the area. There is a chance of snow showers across the higher elevations Tuesday afternoon and night, and a slight chance of rain/snow showers across the eastern plains late Tuesday night. High temperatures will be 5-10 degrees above average across the eastern plains as upper 50's and lower 60's are expected. The mountains will be in the 20's and 30's. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Light snow showers over the continental divide and central mountains will come to an end later tonight. The plains can expect dry and warmer weather. The next chance for precipitation in southeastern Colorado will be Tuesday afternoon and evening as a weak weather system passes through the area. There is a chance of snow showers across the higher elevations Tuesday afternoon and night, and a slight chance of rain/snow showers across the eastern plains late Tuesday night. High temperatures will be 5-10 degrees above average across the eastern plains as upper 50's and lower 60's are expected. The mountains will be in the 20's and 30's. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Light snow showers over the continental divide and central mountains will come to an end later tonight. The plains can expect dry and warmer weather. The next chance for precipitation in southeastern Colorado will be Tuesday afternoon and evening as a weak weather system passes through the area. There is a chance of snow showers across the higher elevations Tuesday afternoon and night, and a slight chance of rain/snow showers across the eastern plains late Tuesday night. High temperatures will be 5-10 degrees above average across the eastern plains as upper 50's and lower 60's are expected. The mountains will be in the 20's and 30's. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

Light snow showers over the continental divide and central mountains will come to an end later tonight. The plains can expect dry and warmer weather. The next chance for precipitation in southeastern Colorado will be Tuesday afternoon and evening as a weak weather system passes through the area. There is a chance of snow showers across the higher elevations Tuesday afternoon and night, and a slight chance of rain/snow showers across the eastern plains late Tuesday night. High temperatures will be 5-10 degrees above average across the eastern plains as upper 50's and lower 60's are expected. The mountains will be in the 20's and 30's. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)