A winter weather advisory went into effect Sunday for much of the central and western mountains, which forecasters say should get four-to-eight inches of snow by Monday morning.
The National Weather Service says the heaviest accumulations in
the mountains will occur between 6 P-M and midnight, producing
areas of poor visibility over mountain passes.
Denver residents could see one-to-three inches of snow by Monday morning. Northeast Colorado could see up to two inches of
Snow flurries could continue in the mountains and the urban
corridor south of Denver tomorrow morning, but no additional
accumulation is expected.