Dec 21, 2013 7:24 PM by Meteorologist Stephanie Ortmann
Periods of light snow are possible for areas along and west of I-25 through the first half of tonight. Light accumulations ranging from a trace to an inch are possible along the Front Range with 2 to 4 inches possible over Teller County and the Wets and Sangres. The snow should end by latest 2am. The Southeastern Plains will be mostly cloudy and dry overnight. Expect morning lows Sunday in the teens across the region.
Temperatures will remain cold and below average for the day Sunday with the clouds from overnight clearing out. More sunshine is in the forecast for the remainder of the week along with warming temperatures. Temperatures will top out in the 50s in most spots by Christmas Eve Day. A dry cold front will usher in some cooler air for Christmas Day. The cooldown will be a brief one as temps will warm once again after the holiday into next weekend.
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