A storm system will begin to impact Southern Colorado by late this morning. Mountain locations will simply see snow, but lower elevations will see rain eventually change to snow by later this afternoon. Locations higher in elevation will see the heaviest snow, due to colder temperatures. So then, Teller County, far northwest El Paso County, and the Wet & Sangre de Cristo Mountains will likely see several inches of wet snow. The major cities will see far less snow and the storm will exit toward early Saturday morning.
SAT scores for the high school class of 2004 remain unchanged from a
The College Board says overall, average scores for the class of
2004 remained about the same from the previous graduating seniors, with a score of 1026. Students averaged a point higher in the verbal test with a 508 and math scores fell a point to 518.
The College Board is taking solace in the fact that more
minorities than ever took the test, 37 percent of the record one point four million test-takers. Hispanics also showed improvement in their scores.
When the scores are broken down by sex, males were the same as a
year ago, scoring 512 on the verbal section and 537 on math. Scores
for females rose one point on verbal to 504 and fell two points on
math to 501.