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Jan 19, 2011 5:03 PM by Greg Boyce

Snow should end late tonight

Light accumulations of snow are expected beginning late this afternoon and generally wrapping up before midnight. The cold front will first arrive along the Palmer Divide and into Teller County around 4 p.m., and then spread into Colorado Springs around 5 and then arriving in Pueblo about 6. Accumulations by midnight will range from 2"-4" on the Palmer Divide and in Teller County, 1"-3" in Colorado Springs, 1"-2" in Pueblo, 1"-3" in Canon City, 2"- 4" on the Raton Mesa, 2" - 5" in the Wet Mountains, and about 1" - 2" for areas east of I-25. The snow will first create wet roads, but by late tonight whatever is still liquid will quickly change to ice, even though not very much snow expected this scenario will likely make roads very slick.

 

 

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