Apr 26, 2014 11:53 PM by John Dissauer
New data coming in from evening computer models is suggesting parts of southern Colorado could be dealing with more snow than originally thought.
The areas where snow accumulation, mainly on grassy surfaces, could add up are in Teller County and northern/northwestern El Paso County.
Latest thinking is a round of snow could move in as early as midnight and continue through the early morning hours. All data suggests that the snow should be over by 7am MT Sunday.
If this works out as the computer models are projecting, there could be 2"-4" of snow in Woodland Park... 1"-4" in Monument... 1"-3" in Black Forest... and up to an inch in Falcon.
Again, this is not a sure bet we will see this, but the new data is trending this way. Any impact on roads should be minimal as temperatures and the ground are relatively warm.
Follow this link to see my previous forecast update concerning what you can expect Sunday afternoon and the week ahead. - Meteorologist John Dissauer