The biggest snowstorm of the season as of the time of this writing moved into Colorado during the last weekend of September. Snowfall picked up in the mountains and rain will hit the city of Denver during the first few days of October. Meteorologist state that the northern and central mountains of Colorado will receive the biggest amount of snowfall and strong winds which will limit visibility; making driving conditions much more difficult. The heaviest amount of snowfall is expected to only fall onto areas that have an elevation of around 9,000 ft. As of right now, the southern mountains will not receive the same amount of snowfall, if any meteorologist say. But, colder temperatures are expected to slam most of Colorado through the early part of the first week in October. Still there is light at the end of the tunnel for those who are not yet prepared for very cold weather. The temperature is expected to increase throughout the rest of the week. As of right now, temperatures are expected to peak around the mid 70’s on Thursday. On Monday, there were tornado warnings issued in the northeastern portion of Yuma county, but there were no incidents of an actual touch down of one. Significantly colder weather is not abnormal to Colorado but snowfall of this magnitude is considered pretty irregular this early in the season. In the coming weeks, we will see if this tremendous amount of snowfall during the last weekend of September was just a one-time occurrence or if this type of weather is here to stay.