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Winter Storm Warning until 6pm Tuesday.
 
Heavy snow expected in the higher mountains tonight and Tuesday

More moisture will move across Colorado tonight and Tuesday. Temperatures will be warm enough for rain in most areas, but the snow level is expected to lower to between 8 and 10 thousand feet. Heavy wet snow is expected in the higher mountains. Travel over the higher passes may be impacted due to the heavy snowfall, while at lower elevations warmer roads will limit the impact.

The winter storm warning in effect from 6 pm this evening to 6 pm Tuesday.

Snow will increase tonight and continue into Tuesday before decreasing Tuesday afternoon. The heaviest snow will fall from later this evening through Tuesday morning. Snow accumulation of 10 to 20 inches is possible, with most of the heavy snow above 10 thousand feet and on highest east slopes. Southeast winds of 15 to 30 mph over higher elevations. Visibilities below a quarter mile at times in the heavier snow showers.

Roads at higher elevations will likely become slushy or snowpacked. Low visibilities may also make travel difficult in the heavier showers.
 
NWS Winter Storm Warning
 

Created:05/18/15, Modified:05/20/15, expires:05/19/15, priority:9