Batten down the hatches and find your snow shovel.  Mother Nature has one more blast to throw our way before we can finally break out the flip-flops and umbrella drinks.

From what I can tell we'll probably see some rain first that will quickly change to snow moving North to South across the listening area.  The wind will obviously play a major factor on Tuesday with wind gusts through the storm around 45 MPH.

The brunt of the storm tonight will be along I-25 and the front range before moving East on Tuesday with visibility less than a 1/4 mile at times.  Snow totals upwards of 10" are expected.