5p Silver Cliff Planning Commission; Silver Cliff Town Hall — CANCELLED
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Mostly cloudy with a 30 percent chance of snow. Highs in the lower 30s. Northwest winds 10 to 15 mph.
Mostly cloudy. Lows 4 below to 5 above zero. West winds 10 to 15 mph.
HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK
Today through Monday: Snow will continue this morning for the Palmer Divide, south along the I-25 corridor, then spreading east across the Plains, remaining mainly north of Highway 50. Additional snow accumulations of 1 to 4 inches are expected, with the highest totals over the Palmer Divide, and Mountain areas. Winds will also
be strong, creating areas of blowing snow over Monument Hill, south into Colorado Springs. Wind gusts 40 to 50 mph will create areas of blowing snow and hazardous travel conditions this morning. Snow will come to an end this afternoon.
The next upper storm system will move across the region bringing more snow to the Mountains Friday into Saturday. Snow will also be possible along the southern Interstate 25 corridor. Uncertainty
exists with the storm track, and more widespread snow may be possible on the Plains.
Information provided by National Weather Service
Vaccines and boosters are available at the Custer County Public Health Agency. Call 719-783-3369 for more information.
ROADS & HIGHWAYS
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO
Gather information about weather forecasts and anticipated travel impacts and current road conditions prior to hitting the road. CDOT resources include:
Road Conditions and Travel Information: COtrip.org
Download COtrip Planner App: bit.ly/COtripapp
Sign up for Project or Travel Alerts: bit.ly/COnewsalerts
Scheduled Construction Lane Closures: bit.ly/laneclosures
4-H is the largest Youth Development organization in the WORLD! More than 110,000 youth participate each year along with more than 10,000 leaders in Colorado.
Learn more about how to get your child involved by contacting the CSU Custer County Extension office at 719-783-2514 or firstname.lastname@example.org
NEW enrollments are accepted until March 31st!
WMVCF MANAGING DIRECTOR OPPORTUNITY
The WVMCF is currently looking for Managing Director to enhance and further the work of the organization. The director will focus on the day to day and unique administrative and program management responsibilities necessary to facilitate the program(s) effectively.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 19TH
2p Round Mountain Water Board Meeting; 3rd St. Gallery Conference Room
JANUARY 7TH-JANUARY 22ND
National Western Stock Show runs Jan. 7-22 at the National Western Complex, 4655 Humboldt St. in Denver.
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18TH
5:30p Sip n Spin @ 4Kings Bar & Grill
THURSDAY, JANUARY 19TH
10a DMV2GO Program; West Custer County Library
FRIDAY, JANUARY 20TH
8p The band “Yet To Be Named” at the Silver Dome Saloon
SUNDAY, JANUARY 22ND
2p Boulder Bassoon Quartet Tickets $20; Historic Jones Theater 119 Main St, Westcliffe
Tuesday, January 17th
4:30p Varsity Basketball (Boys) vs Cripple Creek-Victor Away Game
4:30p Varsity Basketball (Girls) vs Cripple Creek-Victor Away Game
Thursday, January 19th
4:30p Varsity Basketball (Boys) vs Lamar Home Game
5p MS Basketball (Girls) vs LaVeta Home Game
Friday, January 20th
10a MS Basketball (Girls) vs Cotopaxi
Saturday, January 21st
3p Varsity Basketball (Boys) vs Cotopaxi Away Game
4:30p Varsity Basketball (Girls) vs Cotopaxi Away Game
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