Feb 3, 2014 7:55 AM by Stephen Bowers
Snow and intense cold are on the way to Southern Colorado. We will make it through Monday with relatively few problems in most areas, though snow flurries could begin between 2-5 PM in northern El Paso County and in Teller County in the upslope wind that will intensify. After 8 PM tonight, snow begins to pick up. Unlike our more recent storms, the Plains could actually see significant snow (5-10 inches) tonight and tomorrow. Along I-25 from Colorado Springs to Trinidad, 3-8 inches are likely. For the higher elevations west of I-25 including the Wets and Sangres and Teller County, 8-14" will fall.
Along with snow will come intense cold. We will warm into the upper 20's and lower 30's this afternoon. Teens and single digits are likely for highs Tuesday through Thursday.