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Overview

A very strong cold front associated with a potent late spring storm will bring much colder temperatures to the region today. Increasing moisture behind the front will lead to widespread precipitation across the northern third of eastern Utah and western Colorado. The mountains of northwest Colorado including the Park Range, Flat Tops, Gore and Elk Mountains will be favored for accumulating mountain snow. A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect today through early Saturday morning. Snow accumulations of 5 to 11 inches are expected with locally higher amounts possible across the highest elevations. Late season impacts to travel, especially over Rabbit Ears Pass and Vail Pass, are expected.      

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