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URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
National Weather Service Denver/Boulder CO
1019 PM MDT Thu Apr 27 2017

...MORE SNOW HEADED TO COLORADO...

.A winter-like storm system will bring colder temperatures and
snowfall to the mountains, high valleys and plains of north
central and northeast Colorado beginning Friday and lasting through
Saturday. This storm will have potential to produce significant
snow accumulations in the Front Range mountains and foothills and
adjacent plains including the Palmer Divide. The wintery conditions
may impact travel, particularly in the higher terrain. Wet snow
accumulating on trees that have already leafed out may result in
broken tree limbs and scattered power outages. Stay tuned to the
National Weather Service or your local news media for the latest
updates on this winter-like storm.

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Larimer and Boulder Counties Between 6000 and 9000 Feet-
Jefferson and West Douglas Counties Above 6000 Feet/Gilpin/Clear
Creek/Northeast Park Counties Below 9000 Feet-
Elbert/Central and East Douglas Counties Above 6000 Feet-
Including the cities of Estes Park, Glendevey, Nederland,
Red Feather Lakes, Bailey, Central City, Evergreen, Georgetown,
Idaho Springs, Westcreek, Castle Rock, Elbert, Fondis, Kiowa,
and Larkspur
1019 PM MDT Thu Apr 27 2017

...WINTER STORM WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM FRIDAY EVENING
THROUGH SATURDAY AFTERNOON...

* TIMING...Snowfall is expected develop in the high country by
  early Friday afternoon and possibly become heavy at time by
  Friday evening. Moderate snowfall may also develop on the
  Palmer Divide and in the foothills by Friday evening. Moderate
  to heavy snowfall could linger in these areas through Saturday
  afternoon.

* SNOW ACCUMULATIONS...Up to 1 foot possible.

* WIND/VISIBILITY...Northeast winds 15 to 30 mph, with the
  strongest winds on the plains. Visibility may be reduced to a
  quarter mile in heavy snow.

* IMPACTS...Roads are likely to become snow and slush covered with
  the heavier snowfall Friday night. Hazardous travel conditions
  may linger into Saturday. Wet snow may also accumulate on
  already leafed out trees, resulting in broken tree limbs and
  scattered power outages.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A Winter Storm Watch means there is a potential for significant
snow accumulations that may impact travel. Continue to monitor
the latest forecasts.

&&

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Baker



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