First Blast of Winter!

By: Chief Meteorologist Brian Bledsoe Email
By: Chief Meteorologist Brian Bledsoe Email

Some snow, strong wind and much colder temperatures have made into Southern Colorado.

The most likely areas to accumulate snow were over Teller and Northern El Paso County, where 1 to 3 inches fell Tuesday night into Wednesday morning.

If you have travel planned early Wednesday morning between Colorado Springs and Denver, Colorado Springs and Woodland Park, and Colorado Springs and Limon, be prepared for some slick spots and poor visibility at times.

Strong winds, gusting over 45 mph will provide for poor visibility where the snow occurs, and cold wind chills for everyone.

Aside from the wind and cold temperatures, Wednesday afternoon will provide some sunshine and decent travel conditions. Be sure to dress appropriately and slow down if you encounter poor travel conditions.

If you have pictures of snow if your area, e-mail them to We'll post them online and may feature them in our newscasts!

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  • by Anne on Oct 28, 2008 at 06:14 AM
    Where's our first blizzard? Or at least a good snow fall!
  • by Gloria Location: Florissant, Co. on Oct 23, 2008 at 08:28 AM
    I heard Brian say Florissant got 9.5 " of snow in the latest storm. Can I get a confirmation on that? Nobody here in Co. Springs, (where I work), believes me. Thanks
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