While our storm loses its grip on the northwestern part of the area, locally heavy snow will still be flying for areas along and south of HWY 50. The snow for southern and southeastern sections of the area will persist through this afternoon before winding down this evening.
Additional Snowfall from 11am through this evening:
Trace: Colorado Springs, Pueblo, Pueblo West, Falcon, Peyton.
1 to 3": Woodland Park, Monument, Calhan, Canon City
3 to 6": Fowler, Walsenburg, Trinidad. Wet and Sangre de Cristo Mountains, Rye, Beulah, Ordway, La Junta, Las Animas, Lamar, Eads, Springfield.
Rather you are in a location that sees additional snow or not, roads will remain slick. There will also be blowing and drifting of the snow in rural areas. Otherwise, skies might even become partly sunny for portions of El Paso and Pueblo Counties before the day is through. Travel safely...
While Monday will be cool and breezy, it should be a decent day. Much milder weather will be arriving for the middle of the week.
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