After big snow last weekend, Colorado is set to see additional powder.
The next wave of snow is set to hit the high country Wednesday through Thursday, though total accumulation shouldn’t be more than 5 inches, according to OpenSnow.com. This storm favors the northern Front Range mountains. The National Weather Service expects this storm to bring up to 7 inches of snow to parts of the state accompanied by strong winds of up to 45 miles per hour. In spots where winter weather and winds combine, visibility could be limited. While most of the NWS predicted snow should land in the mountains, the Eastern Plains could also see up to 2 inches.
The next wave of snow will likely land between Sunday and Tuesday, according to OpenSnow, with the potential to drop more than 10 inches of powder in the mountains.
Precipitation is possible across a large part of the state tonight.
— NWS Pueblo (@NWSPueblo) February 12, 2020
Parts of Colorado Springs are expected to see very light snowfall starting around 7 PM. Pueblo has a slight chance of moisture throughout the day, but will likely not see snow. Denver will likely see snow earlier on with flakes starting to fall around 4 PM.
For resort specific reports and updated weather information as it relates to snowsports, we recommending visiting the OpenSnow daily report. For the most up-to-date travel information, visit the Colorado Department of Transportation website.
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