Check out the video forecast that discusses the severe weather threat in the Midwest and also the threat for snow in Colorado.
There is a piece of energy I am tracking that is currently moving across the northern Pacific Ocean. This could help spawn an area of low pressure that could dump snow on southern Colorado Tuesday.
As of this afternoon it is still located about 3,000 miles away from Colorado. A lot can change and computer models will get a better handle on the storm as it gets closer. The big question right now... Does it take more of a northern track or does it take a southern track? The southern track would bring more snow to Colorado Springs and Pueblo. Stay tuned...
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