A batch of snow is set to swing southward over the Rocky Mountains from Tuesday into Wednesday, pushing as far south as Colorado.
This snow will come after the storm that blanketed northern portions of the Plains and Rockies with several inches of snow late in the weekend and during the first part of the new week.
A second blast of frigid arctic air will accompany the snow, sending temperatures plummeting during the overnight hours.
Snow is expected to begin over Wyoming on Tuesday before shifting southward into Colorado during Tuesday night.
Accumulations are expected to generally range from 1 to 3 inches over this area, enough to cause travel disruptions in cities such as Denver and Casper.
Not only should folks along the Front Range of the Rockies prepare for the snow, but also the bitter cold accompanying the winter precipitation.
Low temperatures on Tuesday night and Wednesday night will be at the lowest levels so far this season, dipping to near 0 F in Colorado and as low as -10 F in northwestern Nebraska, eastern Wyoming and western South Dakota.
Those planning to spend any amount of time in the outdoors should wear proper clothing to stay protected from the harsh cold.
Temperatures will moderate a bit heading into the second half of the week across the region; however, they will remain below normal for mid-November.
The next chance for snow will arrive to the region late in the week and over the first part of the weekend.