Colorado – Could see snow accumulations measured in feet

THE I-25 URBAN CORRIDOR AND NEARBY PLAINS COULD SEE SEE SEVERAL INCHES OF SNOW

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER CO…12 APR 2012

SATURDAY NIGHT INTO SUNDAY NIGHT…FORECAST MODELS CURRENTLY SHOW THIS STORM TRACKING ALONG THE COLORADO-NEW MEXICO LINE SATURDAY NIGHT…THEN NORTHEAST ACROSS SOUTHEAST COLORADO DURING THE DAY

SUNDAY. SHOULD THIS OCCUR…THE NORTH CENTRAL MOUNTAINS…FRONT RANGE FOOTHILLS AND PALMER DIVIDE COULD POTENTIALLY SEE SIGNIFICANT SNOWFALL… PARTICULARLY ON EAST FACING SLOPES ABOVE 6000 FEET.

WE COULD BE TALKING ABOUT SNOW ACCUMULATIONS MEASURED IN FEET BY SUNDAY EVENING. FOR LOWER ELEVATIONS… GENERALLY BELOW 6000 FEET…

PRECIPITATION WITH THIS PASSING STORM SYSTEM MAY FALL AS ALL RAIN OR A MIX OF RAIN AND SNOW.

HOWEVER…SHOULD TEMPERATURES TURN COLDER THAN EXPECTED SATURDAY NIGHT AND SUNDAY…THE I-25 URBAN CORRIDOR AND NEARBY PLAINS COULD SEE SEE SEVERAL INCHES OF SNOW ACCUMULATION.

http://forecast.weather.gov/showsigwx.php?warnzone=COZ033&warncounty=COC057&firewx zone=COZ218&local_place1=Cameron+Pass+CO&product1=Hazardous+Weather+Outlook
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