The snow storm has moved out of the Pikes Peak region but roads Wednesday morning are icy and slick, according to Gazette news partner KKTV. Some areas, including on Interstate 25 north of Colorado Springs to Larkspur, have dense fog.
Colorado Springs received up to .7 inches of snow, KKTV reported, while Canon City and Penrose received as much as 5 inches.
Several school districts in the Colorado Springs area and Pikes Peak region are on delayed starts Wednesday amid winter-like road conditions.
Academy District 20, Lewis-Palmer District 38 and Falcon District 49 are among the schools with two-hour delayed starts.
After a chilly, snowy Tuesday, Colorado Springs’ weather is expected to get steadily warmer — and stay dry — through the end of the work week, meteorologists say.
The National Weather Service in Pueblo predicted highs of 49 degrees Wednesday, 51 degrees Thursday and 61 degrees Friday. Skies are expected to be sunny Wednesday and Thursday and mostly sunny Friday.
On average, highs are 55 degrees Nov. 8 and 54 degrees Nov. 9 and 10, weather service data show.
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