Winter Storm Warnings and Winter Weather Advisories are again posted for the Colorado mountains for Sunday as a new storm system pours into the state from the west.
Like the previous storms, this next one will dump it's snow west of Denver and leave the plains windy, mild and dry with highs in the low 50s. High winds and high fire danger are expected for southeastern Colorado Sunday afternoon.
We have only seen 3/10 of an inch of snow officially in Denver. By the end of December, we are typically looking at around 20 inches of snow.
This next storm is expected to bring around 6 to 12 inches of snow to the high country, but once again will miss Denver and the eastern plains.
Colder weather will follow the storm on Monday as temperatures drop to the 40s in Denver under a mostly cloudy sky.
By Tuesday and Wednesday, a colder and slightly snowier pattern should finally bring some flakes to the Front Range and northeast plains starting late Tuesday through Wednesday. While not a major storm for the metro, there should at least be some accumulating snow.
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