Total snowfall accumulations won't be outrageous with this storm as quickly as it will move through, but the timing and the wind will cause serious travel trouble for evening commuters. Total snowfall accumulations of 3" to 6" are likely on Monument Hill and for areas east/northeast along the Palmer Divide. This is the area where blizzard conditions are possible for a few hours this evening and early tonight.
3" to 6" of snow is also a pretty good bet in Teller county. roads will become snow covered and icy, but the wind won't be as problematic.
While we are only expecting 1" to 4" of snow around Colorado Springs, the timing and intensity of the snowfall combined with the wind will make for very difficult travel for a few hours even in town. In Pueblo an inch or 2" is also possible, and being that much of it will fall around or after sunset, it may briefly whiten your roadways as well.
A few areas nestled up against the Wet and Sangre De Cristo mountains could receive as much as 4" to 8" of snow, while most other areas on the higher terrain southwest of Pueblo should receive 3" to 6". East of I-25 into Las Animas county perhaps 1" to 3" of snow overnight.