Snowy weather likely over next few days
VAIL ” The storm that moved into the Vail area Tuesday dropped a few inches and slicked up the roads but was forecast to move out later in the day.
A total of 3-6 inches was forecast in the mountain areas ” not enough to warrant winter weather advisories or watches.
According to Dave Nadler, a meteorologist at the National Weather Center in Grand Junction, another storm should be moving into the area late Wednesday night and into Thursday.
“It’ll be a long-duration, light event with a persistent snowfall,” Nadler said.
But it may not add up to much, he said.
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This week’s storms are the result of unsettled air moving in from the Pacific, he said. Temperatures should remain about the same as they’ve been, mostly in the 20s and 30s, with maybe a dip into the teens at night.
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