Feb 9, 2014 7:25 AM by Meteorologist Stephanie Ortmann
An early morning cold front will make it a mostly cloudy and cold day today here in Southern Colorado with a slight chance of snow for some areas. Temperatures will stay below average in the 20s/30s this afternoon.
Isolated light snow is possible around the region tonight and Monday as well with new snow totals ranging from a trace to an inch in most areas through Monday night though isolated spots may pick up around 2 inches. A couple of models are hinting at 2 to 4 inches of snow late Monday for areas south of Highway 50 from the Sangres to Springfield. This forecast may change though, so stay tuned!
Monday will be cold and mostly cloudy as well with areas of light snow. Sunshine will return to Southern Colorado Tuesday and looks to stick around through the end of the week. It'll be breezy at times throughout the remainder of the week and mild with highs well above average in the 50s to around 60 degrees Wednesday through Saturday!
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