While some of Colorado is still recovering from blizzard conditions that snarled roadways and flipped a home, another storm is about to roll through.

According to OpenSnow, this storm is expected to hit the mountains the hardest lasting from Wednesday night to Thursday, dropping up to 15 inches on some northern mountains. Their 5-day forecast mentions Steamboat, Vail, and Aspen Mountain as the top three spots to hit.

On the Front Range, Colorado Springs is expected to have see some snow on Thursday morning with temperatures stuck below freezing. Denver is expected to have similar weather.

The Western Slope of Colorado, particularly Grand Junction, will likely be warmer and mostly sunny with above freezing temperatures for most of this storm. There’s a very low chance of precipitation in this part of the state.


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