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Last Map Update: Tue, Mar. 28, 2017 at 7:45:04 am MDT

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Showers with snow showers above 8500 feet will increase in coverage and intensity through the day. Locally heavy rain and mountain snow are likely during the afternoon.
A Pacific system will bring accumulating snow with lowering snow levels today through Wednesday. The most significant amounts are forecast across the peaks of the Sangre De Cristo Mountains and near Raton Pass, where over one foot of snow is possible.
A Pacific low will impact the area beginning today, then continue through Wednesday, with significant travel impacts possible through Raton Pass and south along Interstate 25.
Record warmth in March 2017 resulted in 143 records at 34 stations on 15 days.
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