The zone from Cheyenne, Wyoming, located in southeastern parts of the state, down to Fort Collins and Boulder, located west of Denver, is facing the heaviest snowfall totals of 24 to 36 inches.
Confidence is growing among AccuWeather's expert team of meteorologists for an even bigger and more potent storm that will take aim from the Rockies to the Plains by the weekend.
AccuWeather forecasters have you covered on where in the U.S. allergy sufferers may need to stock up on tissues -- and keep the windows closed at times this upcoming season.
Warmth is forecast to expand through the Great Lakes and Ohio Valley and all the way to the Atlantic coast as the week progresses. Following a chilly weekend in the Northeast, the wave of warmth will begin in earnest on Monday, then warmth will swell during the middle of the week.
Weather in March can be quite the weather roller coaster for many regions of the country, but warmer air typically starts reaching southern areas this month.
Severe weather can occur during any month of the year, but the peak activity usually falls during the months of March, April and May.
Texas governor, Greg Abbott, issued a state of emergency across the entire state ahead of the arrival of the storm, and secured a federal emergency declaration from the White House in order to make additional resources available for communities impacted by this weather event.
Large stretches of highway and multiple airport hubs in the Central states may be shut down because of a storm which will unleash a whole spectrum of winter weather hazards ranging from blizzard conditions in some areas to a freeze-up with a buildup of ice in others.
The upcoming weather may persuade you to skip the outdoor dining or the romantic horse-drawn buggy ride through the town.
AccuWeather forecasters are calling for temperatures to dip a dozen or more degrees below average for several days.