Washington County Hazardous Weather Outlook


This hazardous weather outlook is for northeast and north central

.DAY ONE…Today and Tonight

Periods of snow will continue in the mountains today, increasing
in intensity later this afternoon and overnight as a cold front
drops south. Gusty winds up to 60 mph will produce blowing snow
and poor visibilities over the higher passes. Roads will be
snowpacked with blowing and drifting snow. This will cause
difficult travel conditions through Monday. Motorists should be
prepared for longer travel times and bring emergency supplies with
them. Precipitation is not expected over the plains until late
day Monday.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN…Monday through Saturday

Snow will gradually decrease in intensity across the mountains Monday
morning, but snow covered roads and slick travel conditions will

More widespread snow is expected to develop across the Front Range
Foothills and I-25 Corridor Monday night behind the passage of a
cold front. Total accumulations of 1 to 4 inches can be expected
across the Denver metro area, with around 6 inches possible in
the foothills west of Denver. The snow and resulting slick roads
and slower travel conditions will likely linger into the Tuesday
morning commute. Lighter amounts with minimal accumulaton can be
expected farther north and east including Fort Collins and much of
the northeastern plains.

There will be another chance of light snow with another weather
disturbance and cold front Wednesday.

For Thursday through Friday, a drier and warmer weather pattern
will move into the forecast area.


Spotter activation will not be needed today or tonight.

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