The recent wave of storms has brought regular powder to parts of Colorado over the past few days, with the forecast for Tuesday night calling for 12+ inches in certain high altitude areas.
According to OpenSnow.com, more than a foot of snow is probable in Colorado’s southernmost mountains, with some central and northern mountains likely to catch some additional powder, as well. Mountains that don’t get the brunt of this snowfall can still expect to see 4-8 inches through Wednesday.
Denver is also likely to catch some snow on Wednesday, with a high of 30 degrees and a 70% chance of precipitation. In contrast, Colorado Springs will be warm in the 40s/50s during this period with a low chance of precipitation. However, keep in mind that nighttime temperatures in Colorado Springs on Wednesday will drop substantially, possibly as low as -8 with windchill.
On the Western Slope, Grand Junction will likely have precipitation, though warmer temperatures should keep any snow from accumulating.
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