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Increasing Snow Chances for the Central Rockies Monday Night

6 Nov 2017, 9:45 am

A change in the weather pattern is on the way for the Central Rockies.  Much colder air and a chance for snow is in the forecast Monday night and through Tuesday.


A cold front associated with an upper level trough will bring increasing snow chances to the Central Rockies by Monday night.  Widespread heavy snow is not expected with this system, but some of the higher elevations could see snowfall greater than 8 inches by Tuesday morning.  Scattered snow showers will be likely over parts of Colorado into Nebraska.  This forecast is showing snow chances for Denver northeast into North Platte Nebraska.


This will likely not be a major snow event with only the higher elevations seeing the highest snowfall accumulation.  You can a heavy swath of 1 to 3 inches from Denver into southwest Nebraska through Tuesday morning.  The latest timing could lead to some slick roads during the morning commute.

Meteorologist Patrick Crawford

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