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A strong winter storm will continue to bring snow to much of the area through tomorrow afternoon. This system will bring significant snowfall to the northern and central Colorado mountains where amounts are forecasted to range from 8 to 16 inches with locally higher amounts. Accumulations ranging from 4 to 10 inches are likely across Colorado's southern mountains as well as the La Sal Mountains in southeast Utah. In addition, the upper Yampa River Basin and the upper Colorado Basin can expect 3 to 6 inches of new snow with this system with lesser accumulations of 2 to 4 inches in the other central Colorado valleys along I-70. Ridge level winds up to 45 mph at times will create areas of blowing snow which will limit visibility for travelers over the mountain passes. In addition, the cold front associated with this system will bring markedly colder temperatures tomorrow into Wednesday.

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