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High Fire Danger Wednesday

Much Needed Moisture

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

A storm system is exiting the state tonight. It provided for scattered rain and snow showers, with some totals approaching 3 to 5 inches for northeast El Paso County. Wind was not much of a problem, so visibility wasn't an issue. Colorado Springs, Pueblo, and most of the I-25 Corridor didn't see much in the way of snow. Travel on I-25 will be ok for the morning commute, as no additional precipitation is expected. In fact, the only slick spots should be across eastern and northeast El Paso County on Monday morning. Otherwise, your commute should be just fine. Temperatures will be warmer for Tuesday, and much warmer for Wednesday.


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