COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — An early-season cold front is bringing much-needed moisture to Colorado Tuesday, causing wet roads and some closures across the Colorado Springs area. Here’s what you need to know.
Most local school districts are operating fully or partially remotely due to the pandemic, but some with in-person classes have cancelled for Tuesday. Some local government agencies have also modified their operations.
CDOT reports mostly wet roads across southern Colorado and along the Front Range, with some snow in the mountains.
A live look at Interstate 25 in Monument:
Cold north air will continue to spill south behind the front so temperatures will actually get colder throughout the day on Tuesday. Our official highs were at midnight.
As temps get colder we’ll see the snow line drop down and lower elevations will see a wintry mix to snow for all later in the day.