Oct 4, 2012 5:06 PM by Meteorologist Brad Sowder
A frost advisory is in effect for tonight as temperatures hover close to the freezing mark.
The threat for freezing temperatures will continue over the next few nights. Low temperatures for the metro cities of the I-25 corridor will hover around the 30 degree mark for Friday morning. Morning starting temperatures this weekend will fall well below the freezing mark. Dry weather will persist in this cool airmass through at least Friday afternoon. There is an even colder pool of air that will slide down the Front Range Friday late afternoon. This cool air will create an upslope component that will allow for areas of light snow Friday night into the day on Saturday. At this point accumulations of snow look to be light. With 1-3" falling on the Palmer Divide and in Teller County, and less than an inch of snow for Colorado Springs and Pueblo.
Colorado Springs: Mostly cloudy, high 50
Pueblo: Mostly cloudy, high 54
Monument: Mostly cloudy, high 48
Teller County: Partly cloudy, high 48