Washington County Hazardous Weather Outlook

This hazardous weather outlook is for northeast and north central

.DAY ONE…Today and Tonight

A cold front will move onto the northeast plains this afternoon
brining an increase in clouds, colder temperatures along with the
development of snow showers. With light snow persisting in the
mountains and high foothills today, snow showers will increase
late this afternoon and continue into the early evening.
Additional snow accumulations in the mountains will range from 2
to 4 inches through tonight. Across the lower elevations, around
an inch can be expected along the Palmer Ridge with up to an inch
over the southern portions of the Denver Metro area. Elsewhere
across the lower elevations, snow accumulations will range from a
dusting to under and inch. Conditions will improve for later this
evening with clearing skies expected.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN…Friday through Wednesday

Mild and dry conditions are expected to prevail through this
weekend. At times, it will windy in and near the foothills.

Much colder temperatures are expected Monday and Tuesday with
highs in the 20s. Snow is expected Monday through early Tuesday.
Several inches of snow will be possible, especially in the
mountains, foothills and urban corridor. The snow combined with
cold temperatures will make roads snow covered and slippery. Stay
tuned for updates on this developing storm.


Spotter activation will not be needed today or tonight.

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