COLORADO SPRINGS — A spring storm will convey some rain to the decrease elevations and snow, a few of it heavy, to the upper elevations. Thunder and lightning are additionally doable, and was noticed Tuesday, in among the rain and snow showers.
Teller county and the Pikes Peak space will see as much as 8 inches of snow with the very best totals within the highest elevations. The Sangre de Cristo mountains may even see as much as 10 inches of snow and among the San Juan mountains may even see a foot or extra of snow.
Journey will probably be fairly tough in these areas resulting from heavy snow and sturdy winds gusting over 40 m.p.h. at instances. Due to these circumstances, a Winter Climate Advisory has been issued the place journey will probably be most tough.
Over northern El Paso county and up over the Palmer Divide, snow might accumulate 1 to 4 inches with some regionally larger quantities. Highway temperatures are fairly heat, however snow will possible fall closely sufficient at instances for some snow or slush accumulation which is able to trigger slippery street circumstances.
A number of the rain within the plains might combine with and change to snow in a single day. Nonetheless, accumulations are anticipated to be mild with minimal impacts to street surfaces.