The National Weather Service has announced a winter storm warning until 5 p.m. Monday for parts of western Colorado, including Vail and Telluride. The heaviest snow is expected in the northern and central mountains early Monday afternoon, according to the warning.
The Denver area and northeast plains are expected to receive a mix of rain and snow through the morning hours, then, "gradual improvement through the afternoon," according to a mid-morning update from the National Weather Service.
The National Weather Service in Pueblo tweeted that "significant snowfall" is possible in the central and southwest mountains above 10,000 feet. On Twitter, some photos already show snow accumulation.
At a lower elevation, people have tweeted photos of snow from Parker and Centennial.
But other areas, such as Evergreen, appeared untouched by snow or rain this morning.
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