The storm system that looked like it was going to produce light snow for most of Southern Colorado, is looking less favorable today. In fact, the storm is going so far south, that many locations in the northern part of the area may not see any accumulating snow. Tough to take snow out of the forecast completely, for those areas, but I sure entertained the thought...lol.
Most of our computer models are still focused on delivering some light to moderate snow to areas south of HWY 50. The Wet and Sangre de Cristo Mountains along with the far Southeast Plains may see the most snow from this storm. The major metro areas of Canon City, Pueblo, Colorado Springs, Woodland Park, Monument, Denver, etc., likely won't see much snow at all.
Potential Snowfall Tonight - Thursday Night:
We are not expecting much change, as the storm looks like it has its track pegged. However, we'll continue to watch for any changes.
Chief Meteorologist Brian Bledsoe
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