Mar 4, 2014 8:03 AM by Stephen Bowers
A storm coming together over Idaho, Nevada, and Utah will bring snow to the High Country this afternoon. That snow will move through Southeastern Colorado tonight and early tomorrow morning.
Ahead of the disturbance, clouds will increase throughout the afternoon across Southeastern Colorado. Temperatures will warm into the upper 50's and lower 60's.
The snow begins in Teller County by late afternoon - 3-4 PM. Then it moves out to the I-25 Corridor near Colorado Springs after 6 PM and continues to south and east through 10 PM. By 3-4 AM, the snow will end along I-25. It will continue across the Southeastern Plains through 6-7 AM. Forecast snow amounts are not all that abundant. Most of us will see a trace to a quarter-inch of snow. Higher elevations from Northern El Paso County to Teller County and the Wet Mountains will see up to 1-2 inches of accumulation.