There is still some uncertainty with the storm that will move through on Tuesday afternoon and night. However, it appears more likely that snow will impact the I-25 Corridor during this timeframe. Snow showers will develop by early afternoon across the Pikes Peak and Palmer Divide Region. Some of these snow showers could be quite heavy, which could produce poor visibility and slick roads as we head toward evening. Precipitation will then develop over the Arkansas Valley and Southeast Plains by late afternoon and evening, and continue through most of the night over the far Southeast corner of the state. Given the fast moving nature of the storm, it won't hang around very long. However while it is here, it could be fairly intense. Plan for slow travel on Tuesday afternoon and evening, across El Paso and Teller County and northward. Slow and hazardous travel will also exist through mountains, and possibly the far Southeast Plains later Tuesday night.
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Chief Meteorologist Brian Bledsoe
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