Were still over two weeks from Haloween, but it’s starting to feel like Christmas in the Rockies as snow is moving through Colorado, western Kansas and parts of northern New Mexico on Sunday.
Winter weather advisories and winter storm warnings span across eight states through early Monday in anticipation of potentially heavy snowfall and blowing snow.
Snow is falling across many parts of the Rockies and Plains on Sunday morning. The snow is the result of a strong cold front that will eventually reach as far south as the Gulf
Generally, 2 to 4 inches of snow can be expected across portions of Colorado, Nebraska, Kansas and New Mexico through Monday. The highest accumulations will be seen at the higher altitudes. The Sangre de Cristo Mountains, the Wet Mountains and the summit of Pikes Peak in Colorado could see up to 16 INCHES of snow. Strong winds will also create whiteout conditions at various times throughout the day!