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More Snow On The Way For Colorado

2 Apr 2017, 4:59 pm

Coloradans should be ready for another round of snowfall Monday night into Tuesday.

Low pressure will develop across the four corners region of the U.S. on Monday, and intensify Monday night through Tuesday. The exact location of development will determine what areas get the most snowfall.

(Surface map by Tuesday morning, April 4)


As it looks now, the mountains of central and southern Colorado, as well as the mountains in northern New Mexico will see the greatest amounts of snowfall with this next storm. Snow amounts of 8-14″ look likely for these areas.

The National Weather Service has issued various winter weather ‘alerts’ (as of Sunday evening) for the impending snowfall. Some locations to be impacted with highest snow totals include Crested Butte, Taylor Park, Marble, Telluride, Ouray, Lake City, Silverton, Rico, and Hesperus.


There may be some tweaks to the advisories, watches, and warnings through Monday, so be sure to check in frequently with us on WeatherNation as the storm gets closer.

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