The storm that we've been following for the past few days, looks like it is going to go too far north to have a huge impact on Southern Colorado. The graphic below shows the storm moving over Colorado tomorrow, which is a less than ideal track to get heavy snow this far south.
With that track, areas from Monument northward to Cheyenne will be hit the hardest. I actually think Denver to Cheyenne will have get the bullseye from this storm. At least the way it looks right now...
Here in Southern Colorado, the graphics below show you what we are thinking.
Again, the farther north you live, the worse the weather looks. We'll continue to follow this storm closely and update you on any changes in the forecast. However, that track has to come farther south for there to be any substantial changes. My gut says that won't happen...
Chief Meteorologist Brian Bledsoe
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