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Chilly entrance bringing snow to Colorado Springs space – KRDO

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Overnight Monday into Tuesday morning, a cold front will move through central-southern Colorado, which will bring light to moderate snowfall for much of the area on Tuesday.

Here is your total snow accumulation forecast, continue reading for further forecast details.

Colorado Springs: Trace-2″

Pueblo: Trace-3″

Denver: 2-6″

Monument: 3-6″

Woodland Park: 3-6″

Canon City: Trace-2″

Salida: 4-8″

Alamosa: 1-4″

Walsenburg: 1-4″

Trinidad: 1-4″

Springfield: Trace-2″

Winter Weather Advisories are in effect from 3am till 12pm Tuesday.

As the cold front passes over the region after midnight, intensity of the winds and rain/snow showers will increase. Precipitation could start as rain for valley locations then quickly chance over to snow as temperatures cool to below freezing values. Wind gusts will likely reach 40-50mph during the frontal passage and gradually decrease during the afternoon hours. But the breezy conditions will make for blowing and drifting snow and wind chill values in the 20s for much of the day. Stay tuned for updates.

Click HERE for an interactive radar.

The KRDO StormTracker 13 weather app is available for download in the iOS app store and in Google Play.

CLICK HERE for the iOS app.

CLICK HERE for the Android app.

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