It must be spring: Colo. gets another snowstorm
DENVER – Another round of snow is blasting through Colorado for the second time since spring began.
The National Weather Service says rain showers should to turn to snow Tuesday afternoon in the foothills and the Denver metro area, with the heaviest snowfall expected to start in the evening.
Five to 10 inches are forecast for Denver by Wednesday and the southern foothills could get as much as 16 inches.
Areas east of the Continental Divide, including Rocky Mountain National Park and Winter Park are expected to get between 8 to 14 inches of snow through Wednesday.