If you haven’t unpacked your winter jacket, now might be time. 

Winter Storm Cleon threatens to drop feet of snow in the high country and by Tuesday night had already drastically lowered temps in the Pikes Peak Region. Four to six inches of snow could fall in the city between Tuesday night and late Wednesday, according to weather.com. 

Tomorrow’s high is 16 degrees Fahrenheit with a low of — you read it right — 1. 

“Snow during the morning will give way to lingering snow showers during the afternoon,” weather.com predicted. Very cold. High 16F. Winds NE at 10 to 20 M.P.H. Chance of snow 60 percent. Four to six inches of snow expected.”

Media outlets throughout Colorado have been closely following the storm. Snow predictions in the Denver Metro area are calling for somewhere up to seven inches of snow, according to the Denver Post. 

For more on weather in the Pikes Peak Region, follow this Gazette live blog: http://gazette.com/cold-begins-to-move-in-less-snow-in-local-forecast/article/1510389

Jesse Paul, Editor-in-Chief

Leave a Reply