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Winter Storm Warnings remain in effect through Saturday for all of southeastern Colorado

A winter storm that moved into southern Colorado Friday night will continue to bring snow to the region throughout the day today. 

WINTER STORM WARNINGS have been issued for all of southeastern Colorado, including Colorado Springs, Pueblo, Woodland Park, La Junta, Lamar, Eads, Westcliffe, Walsenburg, Trinidad, Kim, and Springfield. 

WINTER WEATHER ADVISORIES have been issued for Fremont County, including Cañon City. 

4"-8" of snow will be possible across Teller County, 3"-7" will be possible across the Palmer Divide. The rest of the El Paso County and Colorado Springs should expect 2"-5" of accumulation.

2"-5" of snow is expected in the City of Pueblo with more than a foot possible across the Wet and Sangre de Cristo Mountains.

5"-10" of snow is expected across the southeastern plains.

StormTracker 13's Abby Acone says that snow totals may vary for a couple of reasons. First, heavier amounts of snow than are predicted may occur in areas where especially heavy bands of snow set up. Second, a strong northerly wind may dry out the atmosphere across southern El Paso and Pueblo counties. If this happens, snowfall across Colorado Springs and Pueblo may be limited.

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