The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm watch for late Sunday night through Monday in the northwestern part of the state. And that's just what mid-April is bringing to millions of people in the West and Midwest, with more than 40 million Americans under wind-related advisories and millions more expecting heavy snow.
Winds likely to gust between 40 and 50 miles per hour on Thursday creating potential blizzard conditions.
CBS 4 Denver also posted a travel warning to local residents on Tuesday, writing, "Travel conditions are expected to be hard (to say the least) tomorrow PM into Thursday AM".
A blizzard warning is in effect for much of South Dakota and portions of northwestern Nebraska and southwestern Minnesota. NAM MOS has a low of 21°F Wednesday night in Denver, with GFS MOS bottoming out at 22°F.
According to the NWS outlook from the Grand Junction office, the unsettled pattern will last into the weekend.
Now for the asterisk from the NWS: "Minor variations in the storm track could lead to significant changes in the precipitation type, snowfall accumulations and impact". The tribe will be seeking help for flooding-related infrastructure repairs from the federal government as well as charities and nonprofits, but many private property owners are looking at the prospect of funding extensive repairs on their own.
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Air travel will be drastically slowed, and road travel will be treacherous.
To put it in context (and perhaps, on a list of reasons why Cleveland weather isn't that bad): at this time of year, 80 degree days followed by snow is normal for Denver. Inland Washington County could see higher snowfall, with 6 inches possible in Calais and 8 inches in Danforth. Some places could get 12 to 18 or more inches of snow. However, the snow was already blowing and visibility low Wednesday. The wet weather is expected to stick around the state until Wednesday before giving way to sunny skies and temperatures in the 40s throughout the state Thursday, according to the weather service.
Coastal regions won't see much, if any, accumulation, but inland areas may be in line for another 1-3 inches of snow on Tuesday, with 3 to 5 inches falling in the mountains.
Temperatures are mild Tuesday morning, but a cold front arriving later in the day should make conditions colder.
The NWS suggests checking weather.gov for more updates. Minneapolis may see a foot of snow.
Friday afternoon actually looks dry with perhaps some clearing possible, but cooler temperatures.