Oct 31, 2013 8:08 AM by Stephen Bowers
Trick-or-Treat Forecast: From 5-8 PM, temperatures start in the 50's and cool quickly into the 40's under a clear sky, and we will stay dry.
A warming trend begins today and continues through Saturday and Sunday, though there will be a slight disruption to that warming trend tomorrow as a weak upper level low pressure wave blows through Colorado. This low pressure wave will have limited moisture, so while you may notice a few extra clouds, there will likely be no rain. An area of low pressure over the northern Pacific Ocean Thursday morning will affect our area late Monday and Tuesday. That system will bring an increased risk for snow along with MUCH colder air.
Today, we are warming! Under a mostly sunny sky, high temperatures will be in the upper 50's around Colorado Springs, low-to-mid 60's along and south of the Arkansas River Valley, including Pueblo and Cañon City, lower 50's on Monument Hill, and 40's in Teller County.