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— NWS Pueblo (@NWSPueblo) February 19, 2013
Possible good news: potential shift in weather could lead to average precipitation March- May
— Grace Hood (@gracehood) February 19, 2013
From the Fort Collins Coloradoan:
According to the National Weather Service, the area can expect a 20 percent chance of snow starting Wednesday afternoon. The probability of snow increases later in the evening with snow likely overnight Wednesday. Accumulation is expected at less than half an inch. Thursday, the weather service forecast calls for the potential of more snow, with winds from 9 to 16 miles per hour and gusts as high as 23 miles per hour. Any remaining snow showers are expected to taper off overnight Thursday.
From the Loveland Reporter-Herald:
According to an advisory issued by the agency (National Weather Service), snow will develop Wednesday afternoon in the mountains and spread to the Front Range into the evening. The advisory also states that thunderstorms are possible, which will produce very heavy snow totals over a short period of time. Heaviest snow will be east of Interstate 25 in southern Weld County and moving east from there. While Loveland will get a small amount of snow, forecasters predict the far eastern plains could get as much as 8 inches of drifting snow, and the mountains will get another pulse of snow on Friday.