Font Size: Tonight, a strong cold front will surge through Southern Colorado. Rain will quickly change to snow late night and continue to intensify into Wednesday morning. This means that the Wednesday morning and afternoon commutes will be rather challenging. Accumulating snow appears likely, and will be quite heavy in spots. Right now, areas north of Woodmen Road to Denver, Teller County, and locations to the south and southwest of Pueblo look to get the most snow. However, both Colorado Springs and Pueblo also look to pick up some snow. Besides the snow, it will be MUCH COLDER too… Snowfall Potential: 6-12″: Cripple Creek, Woodland Park, Palmer Lake, Monument, Black Forest, far northern Colorado Springs, Air Force Academy, Falcon, Manitou Springs, Peyton, Calhan, Rye, Beulah, Colorado City, La Veta, and all of the Wet and Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Far northern Colorado Springs, Peyton, and Calhan and Falcon will likely be on the lower end of this range, while Woodland Park might actually see a bit more than a foot. 3-7″: Most of Colorado Springs, Manitou Springs, Fountain, Ellicott, Canon City, Walsenburg, Trinidad. Southern Colorado Springs, will likely be on the lower end of that range. 2-4″: Pueblo, Pueblo West, Fowler, La Junta. Melting will likely limit the impact for these areas. After Wednesday, we will dry it out and start a warm-up that will continue into the weekend. Latest Comments Posted by: Arctic Warrior on Oct 25, 2011 at 01:17 PM Common sense is about as common as common courtesy. Think about it. Posted by: T on Oct 25, 2011 at 07:38 AM I’m jealous!!! Enjoy!!! Posted by: Trey on Oct 25, 2011 at 05:33 AM Can’t wait to see how many idiots bite it on the new exit to south Academy. They can barely maneuver this in warm weather, should be hilarious!