Bogota, Colombia—A cold front is set to begin pushing through Colombia early Saturday, with the possibility of more snow to fall.
The front will move inland and bring rain to the area, the weather service said in a statement Saturday.
The forecast is for a mix of rain and snow.
Colombia’s National Weather Service is forecasting snowfall from 15 to 25 inches.
The weather service is urging people to stay inside and monitor their outdoor temperatures.
Colombia is the most densely populated country in South America and is also a hub for the Colombian cocaine trade.
The nation is currently experiencing the worst drought in decades, and the country is facing a severe economic crisis.
It has seen record levels of migration to South America.