Forecast news: Potential strong storm for the central Rockies Tuesday-Wednesday #COdrought

From the National Weather Service Pueblo office:

After a warm spring weekend, another strong spring storm will take aim at the central Rockies Tuesday and Wednesday next week. Depending on the track of the storm, it could bring enough cold air with it to drop some snow on parts of southeast Colorado. However, if the storm tracks too far north, it could just mean more wind for the plains. There is a lot of inherent uncertainty this far out, so stay tuned for the latest updates on this potential storm.

From the National Weather Service Grand Junction office:

A fast moving disturbance brings scattered rain and snow showers across the western Colorado mountains, with a few light showers passing over the mountain valleys. On Saturday, winds will increase and become gusty ahead of a strong cold front. This cold front will bring more rain and snow showers to the western slope by Saturday night. This cold front will sit across Utah and Colorado for a few days next week and will bring more precipitation, colder temperatures and occasional gusty winds.

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