COMPLICATED FORECAST FOR PARTS OF COLORADO OVER THE NEXT 24 to 36 HOURS! (credit: NWS Pueblo, Colorado)
DISCUSSION: A low-pressure system currently developing across Western New Mexico is projected to slowly eject out of the Four Corners region and head towards the Rocky Mountains over the next 24 to 48 hours! As it does so, a very complicated precipitation situation will be evolving across the Front Range region of the Rocky Mountains and also across areas east of there too. In the higher elevations, snow totals up to or possibly over 2 feet will be possible; while areas at lower elevations should moreso expect variable periods of mixed precipitation which will limit the overall snowfall totals from this Spring-time winter storm! For more neat weather content from across the United States, be sure to click here!