Early blue skies along the Front Range have the National Weather Service warning Coloradans that they can expect weather to “rapidly deteriorate” as the day progresses.
There are multiple weather hazard warnings going on, including a blizzard warning, a winter storm warning, a winter weather advisory, a red flag warning, and a high wind warning. Most of these warning last until noon on Thursday in many of the impacted areas. See specifics in the maps below.
BREAKING: The National Weather Service in Boulder has issued a BLIZZARD WARNING from noon Wednesday thru noon Thursday in Northern Colorado. Watch @NorthernNewsNet for road closures and traffic conditions. pic.twitter.com/lihnbMmflv
— Northern News Net (@NorthernNewsNet) April 9, 2019
Here’s another map that was recently published by NWS Pueblo.
Don’t let the mild and fairly pleasant conditions this morning fool you, a powerful spring storm will affect southern CO today. Be prepared for rapidly deteriorating conditions, especially in northern El Paso County. Visit https://t.co/QJCAoKhTqP for road conditions. #cowx pic.twitter.com/GHxXWUUDm2
— NWS Pueblo (@NWSPueblo) April 10, 2019
The brunt of the storm is supposed to hit around 4 in many areas, likely to cause major delays on the roadways. Avoid travel in the hours immediately before and during the storm.
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