Woodland Park: 5"
Black Forest: 3"
SW Colorado Springs: 3"
The above storm was pretty well forecast by the computer models and provided for pretty slick travel late Sunday night and early Monday morning. Those totals for the southwest part of the area bring snow totals between 20 and 30 inches in the past week. Pretty impressive for October...
Not only that, but another storm is set to arrive Wednesday and continue through Thursday. Below is a look at where the storm willbe by late Wednesday.
At the very least, Wednesday will be a lot cooler, windier, and potentially snowy for some folks.
The track of this storm is still somewhat uncertain. If it goes north, wind and colder temperatures will be the main impact here in Southern Colorado. The northern part of the state would bear the brunt of the storm. If it takes a more southern track, then significant snow, wind, and colder temperatures would impact us. As the storm comes on shore tonight, our computer models will have a better handle on the overall track and impacts.
Chief Meteorologist Brian Bledsoe
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