Wednesday, October 18, 2006
Downtown Colorado Springs got about six inches of snow yesterday afternoon and evening, though the roads are mainly clear. A look around the state's Webcams shows a light dusting in Summit County and Vail, but a fairly thick blanket on the eastern side of the divide in Loveland. Monarch picked up a few inches. Pikes Peak's Webcam is still obscured by snow. The big winner locally seems to be Woodland Park, which looks like it picked up about eight inches. With temps in the 50s and 60s, this will all soon melt, but an ambitious person might be able to get a good cross country ski in at Rampart Reservoir today.
Posted by Dave Philipps at 7:09 AM