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Fountain accident alert lifted, more wintry weather expected this week

FOUNTAIN, Colo. - The Fountain Police Department went on accident alert Tuesday morning because of icy conditions and crashes. The accident alert was lifted at around 12:15 p.m.  

Freezing drizzle and light snow were widespread across the Pikes Peak Region, with the worst travel conditions found south of Colorado Springs in the Fountain Valley area where patches of black ice developed.

In Colorado Springs, the Public Works Department ordered a partial call out of plows citywide and said crews were addressing slick areas as needed. Public Works says a PM shift is ready to respond if conditions warrant it. 

StormTracker 13's Abby Acone says more snow and even colder weather will move in later this week.

After a chance of fog overnight tonight and a few breaks of sunshine Wednesday morning, another cold front will move in bringing increasing chances of accumulating snowfall Wednesday night and Thursday as well as bitterly cold temperatures.

Click here for your updated StormTracker 13 forecast. 


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