Winter Weather Advisory

Issued At: Saturday, 06 Oct 2012, 4:13 AM MDT
Expires At: Saturday, 06 Oct 2012, 12:00 PM MDT

Urgent - winter weather message national weather service denver co 413 am mdt sat oct 6 2012 ...more snow headed for the northeast plains... .an upper level disturbance combined with another push of cold air from the north will bring snow to the plains of northeast colorado through early afternoon. the heaviest snow is expected to fall from northeastern weld and logan counties through morgan and washington counties where up to 4 inches of snow is expected. lighter amounts will likely occur elsewhere with accumulations of an inch or less. northeast weld county-morgan county-logan county- washington county- including the cities of...briggsdale...grover...pawnee buttes... raymer...stoneham...brush...fort morgan...goodrich...wiggins... crook...merino...sterling...peetz...akron...cope...last chance... otis 413 am mdt sat oct 6 2012 ...winter weather advisory remains in effect until noon mdt today... * timing...widespread snowfall will develop this morning and continue through midday before decreasing in the afternoon. * snow accumulations...total snow accumulations of 2 to 4 inches can be expected. * winds/visibility...northeast winds 10 to 20 mph. visibilities may drop to one quarter mile in snow and fog. * impacts...the wet snow may accumulate on trees resulting in some broken tree limbs in areas of heaviest snow accumulation. scattered power outages are also possible. precautionary/preparedness actions... a winter weather advisory means that snow will cause weather related difficulties. be prepared for broken tree limbs and scattered power outages. while little if any snow accumulation is expected on paved surfaces...visibilities will be restricted at times so use caution while driving.