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Wintry Mix in the Northeast; Critical Fire Weather in Southern California

A large storm will bring snow and rain over parts of the Midwest into the Northeast. Heavy lake effect snow is expected down wind from Lakes Erie and Ontario and into New England. Gusty offshore winds will drive several days of critical fire weather in southern California. Above-average to record-breaking temperatures are expected across much of Southern California into Nevada and Arizona Read More >

A weak disturbance is anticipated to bring light snow to the mountains, with up to an inch or two in the central mountains possible. Otherwise, generally quiet weather with average to above average temperatures across the region.
A winter storm system remains on track to affect portions of south central and southeastern Colorado early next week. The mountains have the highest likelihood of seeing snowfall, with moderate to heavy snow amounts possible. Light to moderate snows are possible for the high valleys and I-25 corridor as well. Uncertainty remains in the exact track of this system and just how far east accumulating snowfall extends. Continue to monitor forecasts for the latest updates on this early week system.