Snow showers and thunderstorms have been widespread throughout the state of Colorado on Thursday and it looks like this late-season winter weather isn’t quite finished yet.
According to the National Weather Service, another 6 to 10 inches of snow is expected to fall in the San Juan Mountain region overnight into Friday morning, resulting in an ongoing winter weather warning.
A winter weather warning remains active in central Colorado, as well, with up to 4 additional inches of snow expected. Temperatures could drop below freezing in this region, making icy roads a possibility.
In additional to snowfall in Colorado’s mountains, the Eastern Plains and the Front Range foothills are also under a frost/freeze watch. This could prove dangerous for young vegetation and could make roads hazardous.
Weather is expected to warm up around the state come Saturday into next week.
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