Weather Alert
Teller County, CO
Status: Alert Ended
Start: 3/11/19 6:00 AM
End: 3/11/19 7:50 AM
Dur: 01:50
Canceled 3/11/19 7:50 AM

Special Weather Statement issued March 10 at 3:32PM MDT by NWS
...Early Spring Storm moving towards Southeast Colorado...
Computer models continue to indicate a moist Pacific storm will affect the region starting tonight and will last into Thursday.
The primary impacts for tomorrow and Tuesday will be over the mountains. One to two feet of additional snow will be possible over the San Juan Mountains while 10 to 20 inches will be possible over the Sangre de Cristo mountains. Lesser amounts will occur over the remainder of the mountains.
As the storm tracks across northeast New Mexico and into Kansas on Wednesday, the storm will rapidly intensify, and strong north winds are expected to develop over the plains. Rain over the plains Wednesday morning will gradually change over to snow during the afternoon and evening hours. The best chance at this time for heavy wind driven snow will be over northeast El Paso county and parts over the far eastern plains.
At this time, the San Luis valley is expected to see little in the way of snowfall accumulations with this storm.
Unsettled weather will continue over the region on Thursday, with the best chance of snow along the southern mountains and I-25 corridor region.
There is still quite a bit of uncertainty regarding the exact track and intensity of this storm. Please stay tuned to your favorite media or NOAA weather radio for later updates regarding this developing late winter storm.
Updated: Sun 3/10/19 5:35 PM EDT


Updated: Sun 3/10/19 5:35 PM EDT

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