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Snow builds early in wintry storm over Colorado: What you need to know

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Monday's snowstorm is expected to bring several inches of powder to southern Colorado, and roads Monday morning were already slick in some spots.

Snow is expected to continue into Monday morning for the Colorado Springs area, and winter weather advisories from the National Weather Service are in place until 6 p.m. for most of the I-25 corridor. About six inches of snow is expected through Monday afternoon.

Here's what you need to know:

School closures and other delays will be updated HERE. Many districts have upgraded their delays to closures, so check back throughout the morning.

Traffic:

Keep an eye on our updating traffic map HERE and follow along with Hanna Knutson's crash report HERE.

It's not like last Thursday's snowstorm, either -- while the roads largely remained clear during last week's storm, they were blanketed in white by as early as 1 a.m. Monday in some places.

For flight information at Colorado Springs Airport, click HERE.

Weather

An interactive radar can be found here.

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.

News / Weather

Merry Matthews

Merry is KRDO’s chief meteorologist.

Andrew McMillan

Andrew is the Digital Content Director for KRDO.com.