The remains of Hurricane Simon will push into the 4 corners today. Heavy rain will be falling in many hears of the Southwest with moderate snowfall likely above 10,000 feet. Some areas of the highest peaks of the San Juan’s could see an excess of 5-10 inches. Areas of the south San Juan’s are favored versus the north. Some snow will be falling as far north over Summit County however amounts will be light. Another system will move in late Sunday/Monday bringing colder temperatures and snowfall to areas from I-70 and north. Areas like from Winter Park through Summit County will be favored above 8,000 feet. Expect roads to be snow packed on Monday as snow levels drop. Amounts appear to be in the 4-7 inch range at this time. Snow advisory’s will likely be issued for the 2nd system late in the weekend and a powder alert is possible for Monday morning.
The Northwest gets “WET” next week with several days of rainfall migrating to it’s first snowfall late Tuesday. Colder air works in mid week that should bring snow levels down to 5,000 feet. WOO HOO