Posted: Jan 12, 2013 9:27 AM by Jennifer Jacobs
Updated: Jan 12, 2013 1:46 PM
TODAY: Cold air advection will continue across the state for the next 24 hours so more cold weather to come. Highs in the teens to the low 20s. Without a whole lot of moisture behind the cold front, we may see some flurries just depending on orographic lift.
TONIGHT: Really cold temperatures tonight with lows falling into the negative. A weak and mostly dry weather system move east across our area tonight. It will provide enough lift to bring increasing clouds and scattered light snow showers to the region through the evening. The mountains and plains west of I-25 have the best chance for flurries. The likelihood of snow gradually diminishes east of the corridor. One to three inches possible for the mountains, less than an inch possible for the plains along the I-25 corridor. Colorado Springs could see less than half an inch, Pueblo could see 0.02 inches.
SUNDAY-MONDAY: Same story on Monday. Very cold with highs in the teens to the low 20s.
TUESDAY: We begin to warm with highs in the upper 30s in the Springs, upper 20s in Teller County and near 40 in Pueblo.
WEDNESDAY-FRIDAY: A warmer and drier pattern. Above average temperatures for Wednesday through Friday with highs in the upper 40s to near 50 in Colorado Springs, low 50s in Pueblo, upper 30s in Teller County.