Saturday, April 29th
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The storm has pretty much ended for areas between Pueblo and Denver, with the main focus shifting to far Southern Colorado and the Southeast Plains. Several more inches of snow are expected tonight into early Sunday for areas to the east and southeast of Pueblo. Travel in that area is not advised tonight, as the wind will combine with the snow to produce poor visibility.
Areas farther west will deal with temperatures in the 20s tonight, so a hard freeze is expected.
The storm will exit far Southeast Colorado on Sunday, but we will all be windy and chilly. High temperatures will manage the 40s to lower 50s, but it won't feel that warm.
Monday will be decent and dry, before shower chances come back on Tuesday and Wednesday. MUCH warmer and drier late next week...