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Yet Another Late-Season Storm Heading For CO

The National Weather Service is predicting 6-8" of snowfall in central Colorado. NWS graphic.

Winter is clearly having a tough time saying goodbye to the Colorado Rockies. For better or worse, storms keep rolling through the state and dropping not-inconsiderable amounts of snow at high elevations. While annoying for commuters, the late-season powder has extended an already excellent ski season.

Related: Pow-Town in May- Colorado's Ski Season Just Won't End

On the low end, some areas in central CO are still expected to get 5". NWS graphic.

The storm is expected to cross the state from Tuesday night through Thursday, with a wide range of potential snowfall. In a less-snowy scenario, much of the state will stay snowless, with isolated areas receiving anywhere from less than an inch to five inches. 

20" in May doesn't sound too bad. NWS graphic.

In a more optimistic scenario, the Rockies will see significant snowfall. Aspen could get a foot and Silverton could get a whopping twenty-inch dump. 

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