As fires continue to burn at historic levels throughout the state, some relief is on its way.
But the expected snow totals vary widely, according to the National Weather Service in Boulder.
Denver’s expected forecast calls for between 6 and 10 inches. In Estes Park, where further evacuation issues were ordered Saturday as the East Troublesome fire pushed toward town, forecasters are calling for between 3 and 10 inches. Fraser could see similar totals.
Fort Collins and Boulder, meanwhile, could see up to a foot of snow.
Winter storm warnings are in effect from Sunday into Monday morning for the mountains, foothill and much of the Interstate 25 corridor, while the Eastern Plains will be under a winter weather advisory.
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