Snow Sunday, Sun Monday

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

Our second disturbance of the day is giving us another dose of rain and snow. Light to moderate snow will continue through midnight for northern areas, and linger after midnight across the south. Rain will change to a little wet snow in Pueblo, but any accumulation will be light. Additional snowfall will range from 1 to 3" for areas along and east of I-25, with locally higher amounts west of the interstate. The main accumulation will occur on the grass, trees, cars, your deck, or anything elevated off of the ground. As temperatures chill down late tonight, those wet roads will freeze up and produce slick travel late tonight and early Monday morning. Be careful if travelling during this timeframe...


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  • by Debbie Location: Meridian Ranch on Oct 25, 2009 at 08:00 PM
    Nasty travel to be had from the Black Forest area to Franktown. It is snowing like crazy, blowing and very icy. The temperature is running about 25 degrees and there are near whiteout conditions. There were numerous accidents when I came from Franktown less than an hour ago, and if you don't need to head that way tonight, don't!
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