Snow continues: The latest on snow Wednesday

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KKTV) - Snow continues for the morning drive on Wednesday.

Our 11 News meteorologists say this storm is going to be accompanied by a strong north wind, meaning that while accumulating snow is likely, Colorado Springs will probably see less than on Monday.

The snow is expected to wrap up for many by midday, but temperatures will remain very cold.

EXPECTED ADDITIONAL SNOWFALL THROUGH WEDNESDAY (Updated 11 p.m. Tuesday; additional does not include snow already on the ground Tuesday night):

CO SPRINGS: 0-3"
PUEBLO: 3-6"
CANON CITY: 3-6"
WOODLAND PARK: 1-4"
MONUMENT: 1-4"
BLACK FOREST: 1-4"
CALHAN: 1-4"
MANITOU: 0-3"
FALCON: 0-3"
ELLICOTT: 0-3"
CRIPPLE CREEK: 2-6"
PENROSE: 3-6"
WESTCLIFF: 4-8"
RYE: 8-12"
TRINIDAD: 2-6"
KIM: 2-5"
LA JUNTA: 3-6"
EADS: 2-5"
LAMAR: 2-5"
SPRINGFIELD: 2-5"

IMPACT ON THE ROADS

Expect a snowy commute this morning with wind chills below zero.

Click here for the most up-to-date highway and interstate road conditions and closures: cotrip.org

IMPACT AT AIRPORTS

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