Another ripple of energy will move through overnight and Thursday morning, meaning a little more light snow for some areas. As you can see below, northern locations likely won't see any heavy snow. Some areas in west and southwest Colorado Springs could see a little more.
The Southern I-25 Corridor, Wet and Sangre de Cristo Mountains will likely bear the brunt of this system. The snow will be light and fluffy, but will still cause slick roads where it accumulates in a good fashion. Isolated 10" amounts will be possible west of Walsenburg and Trinidad.
Thursday will be the coldest day, as the core of the Arctic Air slides across our area. Beyond Thursday, it does look to retreat a bit and give us "decent" weather for Friday and Saturday.
Chief Meteorologist Brian Bledsoe
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