More snow is ahead for the West, as another storm system will follow on the heels of the first low pressure center now moving into the Plains. Winter weather alerts extend from Washington to New Mexico. 1 to 2 feet of new accumulations are possible in the highest elevations, especially near Glacier National Park.
The first low pressure center has moved into the Upper Midwest and snowfall will gradually diminish in the Front Range. The second system will move into the Pacific Northwest Thursday morning, bringing another round of snow into the region. The snow will push from the Cascades eastward to the Tetons throughout Thursday.
For WeatherNation: Meteorologist Mace Michaels