National Weather Service United States Department of Commerce

A spring storm will bring some much needed precipitation to the area, but also some snow and slick travel conditions. Snow showers, some heavy will develop in the mountains by this afternoon and become more widespread through early evening. On the plains, rain showers will develop late this afternoon and change to snow this evening. Total accumulations are expected to range between 4 and 12 inches in the mountains, and between 1 and 4 inches on the plains, with up to 6 inches over the Palmer Divide. Gusty winds may also produce some blowing snow and poor visibility over the Palmer Divide. The snow will decrease late tonight through early Monday morning from west to east across the plains, while only a few snow showers will linger in the mountains through Monday.
Warm and dry through Sunday morning ahead of a colder, moist and spring-like change set for Sunday afternoon through Monday. Dry with gradual warming Tuesday through the week lower elevations while remaining cold and unsettled in the high country.