A significant mountain snowstorm is expected to hit the western United States next week, with up to three feet of snow predicted in some areas.
Winter storm watches have already been issued for the region, and while the storm may bring isolated rain or snow showers to the I-25 Corridor, the plains should remain dry.
Temperatures will remain chilly in the coming days, with highs in the 50s and lows in the 20s, but will gradually warm up next week as spring officially begins.
Hikers are advised to be cautious as dangerous travel conditions are expected in the high country during the storm.
Overall, it will be a comfortable and seasonal week for most of Colorado, with plenty of sunshine and calm winds.