Jan 26, 2014 6:56 PM by Meteorologist Stephanie Ortmann
Clouds will fill in across Southern Colorado overnight as cold air pushes in from the north. Areas of snow will develop from north to south along and west of I-25 mainly after 10pm. Overnight snow accumulations will remain light with most areas looking to pick an inch of snow into Monday morning.
It'll be a mostly cloudy and cold start to the workweek with highs in the 20s for Monday. Scattered snow showers will move across Southern Colorado during the day Monday with an additional inch or 2 of snow possible in areas. The light snow will fall at times anywhere from the eastern mountains over towards the Eastern Plains. Snowfall totals will range anywhere from a trace to 3 inches through Monday night.
The cold air will linger into Tuesday as the clouds and snow move out and sunshine returns to the region. Milder air returns Wednesday as temperatures jump back up to above average readings - generally in the 50s. There is still some uncertainty as to what will happen weatherwise for the end of the week. Right now, the mountains look to receive some additional snow while the lower elevations look to remain mainly dry with highs in the 40s/50s. Stay tuned over the coming days for updates!
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