Weather Summary: After seeing a break in the precipitation this afternoon, Western Colorado is starting to see more snow showers tonight that will continue through tomorrow morning. The central and northern zones of the Western Slope will see the most widespread activity overnight and could see 1-2 inches of snow accumulation. Sunday late morning there will be another break in precipitation before another round of storms moves through in the afternoon and evening. Tomorrow's highs will be cool only reaching the upper 30s in most of the valleys with cloud cover and chances of rain/snow showers. The Grand Mesa and San Juans have a possibility of seeing another 2-5 inches of snow by tomorrow night. The Rockies will have a chance into Monday of seeing some more light snowfall as the Western Slope begins to dry out. Monday will be cold with highs in the mid 30s for the valleys. Tuesday and Wednesday will bring more sunshine and warmer temperatures. Next weekend will be our next best chance of seeing more storms in the area.
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