Another minor disturbance, indicated by the brown line over northern Nevada, will move across Colorado and Utah this afternoon bringing another chance for some rainshowers and thunderstorms. The closed low just off the Pacific Northwest coast will start dropping southeast today along with a strong cold front causing inclement weather Monday through Wednesday. Snow will overspread the area late Monday night through Wednesday with all mountainous terrain seeing snow accumulations with some valleys also possibly seeing some snow. Also, the pressure gradient will tighten up causing winds of 35 to 40 mph with gusts possibly reaching 60 mph over the eastern Uintas and northwestern Colorado. These winds mixed with snowfall may create blizzard conditions so a blizzard watch has been issued for those areas. Most mountainous terrain have winter weather watches in place valid from Monday evening through Tuesday evening. Snow accumulations of 8 to 12 inches are possible with lo! cally higher amounts expected.   (Please visit http://weather.gov/gjt for more information.)