Locally heavy rain and snow will impact Southern Colorado through Friday afternoon and early evening. Heaviest snow will favor the mountains, Teller County, and El Paso County. This will lead to difficult travel conditions by Friday morning. Heavy snow will also occur in the higher terrain to the southwest of Pueblo. The storm will wind down later Friday evening. For the full forecast including snowfall potential, click on the "weather" tab.
At 7 p.m. on Tuesday, evacuees from several different subdivisions in Teller County were allowed to return to their homes.
These areas include:
-Painted Rocks Road
-Quinlan Gulch Subdivision
-Casey's Lumber Mill Road & Warden Road
-Northern area of Indian Creek subdivision up to the intersection of Wildhorn Road & Cedar Mountain Road
-Teller Creek Road open to the intersection of Beaver Drive & Trail Creek Road
These areas in Teller County are still under mandatory evacuations:
-Painted Rock Road above the the first cattle guard off of North Highway 67
-Teller County Road 33
-Turkey Rock Road Estates
-Lost Valley Ranch
-Lutheran Valley Ranch
-Wildhorn Ranch and subdivision
-Trail Creek Road closed from Forest Service Road 201 to Beaver Creek Drive
-Trail Creek Road from Four Corners intersection , North to Westcreek
At 8:30 p.m. on Tuesday, the Douglas County Sheriff's Office opened up the following subdivisions in the county:
-Y-Camp & Y-Camp Road
-Thunder Butte Estates
-People along Highway 67, Deckers area south to the county line
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