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After the snow in Colorado: What you need to know

Wednesday’s snow quickly accumulated on grassy areas — the Air Force Academy even reported a foot of snow — but southern Colorado largely escaped the ice slick that formed on roads during the last wintry storm two weeks ago.

Here’s what you need to know:

School closures and delays will be updated HERE.


Keep an eye on our updating traffic map HERE.

KRDO’s Hanna Knutson is also tracking the morning commute on Good Morning Colorado and in this blog.

The latest information on crashes will be fed below, scroll down to see crashes by chronological order:


The snow will begin to taper off throughout the early morning, and it will be partly cloudy for the rest of Thursday. Southern areas like Trinidad will see the snow begin to decrease by about noon, according to the National Weather Service.

PHOTOS: Wintry storm brings big swing in snow totals

Here are some snow totals around southern Colorado, according to the National Weather Service:

Colorado Springs: 4-6″
Black Forest: 10″
Monument: 8″
Manitou Springs: 6″
Woodland Park: 6.5″
Divide: 4″
Rye: 14″

Click HERE for an interactive radar.

The KRDO StormTracker 13 weather app is available for download in the iOS app store and in Google Play.

CLICK HERE for the iOS app.

CLICK HERE for the Android app.

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