An afternoon cold front will limit afternoon temperatures to the 50-60s on Thursday. Expect the chance for rain showers this afternoon, transitioning to a rain/snow mix overnight and for the first half of Friday. Higher elevations have the best chance to see accumulating snow, although snowfall totals look fairly low at this time, with 1-2" possible for Monument and areas of Teller County. For the latest on the forecast, head over to the "Weather" tab.
A Federal Agency is reaching out to a local neighborhood to encourage residents to get tested for Lead and Arsenic.
The Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) is contacting people in the Eilers and Bessemer neighborhoods in Pueblo. They live within a half mile of the old Colorado Smelter Plant.
The agency says those neighborhoods could have high levels of Arsenic and Lead. The agency wants to test blood and urine. It's free for kids and women of child bearing age.
We have a link to more information about the testing under the Find It tab.
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