COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Snow and fog are bringing low visibility to southern Colorado Tuesday. Here’s what you need to know before you step outside.
Closings and delays
Dozens of area schools, businesses, and military posts are closed or delayed Tuesday.
CDOT is reporting snowy highways with icy spots across the Pikes Peak region, up to Denver, and down to Pueblo.
A live look at Interstate 25 in Monument:
Snow and fog are causing low visibility in some parts of southern Colorado, including the Colorado Springs area. Roads may also be icy and snow-packed.
A second and more widespread round of snow arrives this morning. It is moving up from the southwest and everyone will get a 2-4 hour window through the middle of the day of some moderate snow.
The lift driving the snow will spread into western Kansas through the afternoon. We’ll see lingering snow showers and flurries though the evening, mainly hugging the mountains. Highs will remain cold today and will only move a handful of degrees from where we start in the morning.