Another snow storm moving in could dump up to a foot in areas of Grand County
March 8, 2019
The National Weather Service in Boulder has issued a winter storm warning for areas of Colorado, including Grand County, forecasting another sizable snow storm beginning late Friday afternoon.
An active weather patter remains in place over Colorado, according to the NWS, which will bring more snow to the mountains Friday afternoon and evening, with additional snow amounts of six to 12 inches possible.
The heaviest amounts are expected over Rabbit Ears Pass and in Summit County.
A few embedded thunderstorms will also be possible, leading to locally higher snow accumulations.
Winter storm warnings for the mountains and a High Wind Watch for the Front Range Foothills are in effect for this afternoon and tonight to highlight the dangerous nature of this weather pattern.
Another weather system, according to the NWS, may affect the same area Monday night through Wednesday, and bring another round of precipitation to the region.
Trending In: Weather & Roads
- BREAKING: Grand Lake home explosion overnight kills 1, another in serious condition
- Weather service forecasting more snow for Grand County
- Chasing the wind: The remarkable life and astounding adventures of freestyle skiing icon Bob Singley
- Kremmling man pleads guilty to 2018 car burglary spree across Grand County
- Fraser moving forward on Lions Ponds improvements