It's already begun according to my mountain sources.
Mountains in for big storm: "Skiers can count on more fresh snow this weekend. The northern and central mountains are due to get 10-18 inches of snow from a storm moving into the state Tuesday evening."
High winds leave window washers dangling: "DENVER - Firefighters had to smash through some windows of a downtown high-rise to rescue a couple window washers after high winds blew them into harm's way."
While we'll see sunshine and breezy conditions in the Denver Metro Area today, high winds continue to cause problems today across the eastern plains. There is a HIGH WIND WARNING in effect through the day east of the I-25 corridor. There is a BLIZZARD WARNING in effect until 5pm for the far eastern plains of Colorado extending into Kansas and Nebraska. Winds may gust to 65 mph in this area. Snow showers and blowing snow will reduce visibility and bring wind chills down to dangerous levels. Travel east of Denver will remain hazardous.
CDOT Closures: Eastbound I-70 east of E-470 to Kansas; I-70 in both directions from Limon to Kansas; US 385 between Cheyenne Wells and Burlington; US 40/287 Limon to Kit Carson; US 287 Lamar to Oklahoma.