This hazardous weather outlook is for extreme southwest Nebraska…
northwest Kansas and east central Colorado.
.DAY ONE…TODAY AND TONIGHT…
Hazardous weather is not anticipated through tonight.
.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN…MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY…
Light snow will develop in eastern Colorado shortly after sunrise
Monday morning and progress eastward across the Tri-State area
during the afternoon. Snow will end from west to east during the late
afternoon and early evening. Accumulations ranging from 1 to 2
inches are expected west of Highway 83. East of Highway 83,
accumulations will range from a dusting to 1 inch.
A potent upper level disturbance will dig southward through western
Canada into the northern Rockies Monday night, then southeastward
into the Central Plains late Tuesday and Wednesday. Heavy snow will
be possible with this disturbance as it tracks across the Tri-State
area Tuesday evening through Wednesday afternoon. Precipitation
amounts will highly depend upon the precise track and evolution of
this system, which remains uncertain. Residents and those who plan to
travel through northwest Kansas and eastern Colorado on Tuesday and
Wednesday are urged to pay close attention to the forecast as the
.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT…
Spotter activation is not anticipated.