A brief, twenty-minute shot of moderate to heavy snow made for an interesting morning commute for people in Teller and El Paso counties. This quick shot of snow and wind briefly reduced visibility and created slick spots, slowing travel.
This fast blast of snow was followed by increasing sunshine and gusty winds. In fact, winds could gust in excess of 50 mph this evening, especially from Pueblo on southward. While it will be cool Tuesday, the combination of strong winds and dry conditions will lead to high fire danger once again. Hard to believe, considering some areas started the day with snow!
Strong winds will die down after sunset.
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