DENVER (CBS4) – Just as we were getting used to warmer and mild weather, Mother Nature decided to shake things up. We have numbers weather advisories and warnings that will start on Wednesday as this storm passes through. A powerful area of low pressure will start to move through Colorado overnight Tuesday and into Wednesday. As it does, our winds are going to start cranking, and heavy snow will fall.
Blizzard Warnings cover all of the northeasten quadrant of our state starting at noon on Wednesday. We could see 4 to 8 inches of snow, with winds gusting to 60 mph. This could mean shut down highways once again, and very tough travel conditions in other areas. Our snow totals may not be very impressive, but with winds that strong visibility will be very low through most of the afternoon. The Warning lasts until noon on Thursday.
Keep reading @ CBS4 Denver to know what to expect from this storm.