It is Springtime in the Rockies and it looks like the early part of the season is going to be pretty wet and cool for Colorado! Expect a series of storms set to bring widespread moisture and keep temperatures on the chilly side through Friday.
The first storm hit late Sunday through early Monday and brought 3-6 inches of snow accumulation for Denver with 5 to 10 inches over the mountains, foothills and southern suburbs.
As that storm swirls to the east, the weather will be fairly quiet overnight through early Tuesday, but a new storm will begin to move into Colorado by midday, spreading snow over the mountains and a few flurries on the plains.
The storm will bring 3-6 inches of snow for the northern mountains and 1-3 inches of snow to the Denver area Tuesday night and Wednesday morning. The central and southern mountain areas will see closer to 6-12 inches of snow. The Wednesday morning commute could once again be a little sloppy.
Skies will clear Wednesday afternoon and the storm moves to the east of Colorado. Thursday will be drier and a little warmer, just ahead of yet another storm system.
Friday will be cooler with rain and snow for lower elevations and a few inches of snow for the mountains. Warmer and drier weather will return again for the weekend into early next week.
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