Heavy snow fell nearly all day Sunday and won’t completely stop in region until the mid morning. Snow totals have varied, from 4 inches in Woodland Park, to 9 inches in Colorado Springs, and 12 inches in Rye! With the snow either gone or ending, the big story becomes the cold. We will not warm up above freezing today, even with the sunshine returning for the afternoon. The winds will be strongest and coldest in the morning and generally calm through the afternoon. Tonight a clear sky, fresh snow, and light wind all work together to bring teens and single digits back for tonight’s low.
Snow totals varied from 9 to 10 inches across Colorado Springs from Sunday into early Monday morning pic.twitter.com/UKSNXJiIiv
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COLORADO SPRINGS: High – 26; Low – 12. Cloudy with morning flurries but sunny and dry in the afternoon. Clear skies and light winds bring back dangerously cold air tonight.
PUEBLO: High – 31; Low – 10. Cloudy in the morning but sunny and near freezing through the afternoon. Dangerously cold air returns to the forecast tonight.
CANON CITY: High – 29; Low – 14. Cloudy in the morning with sunshine through the afternoon. Dangerously cold air returns tonight.
WOODLAND PARK: High – 20; Low – 6. Cloudy with flurries in the morning but dry and sunny in the afternoon. Dangerously cold air returns to the forecast tonight.
TRI-LAKES: High – 20s; Low – 0s. Cloudy with light snow through the early morning with cold, sunny skies in the afternoon. Dangerously cold air returns tonight.
PLAINS: High – 30s; Low – 10s. Light snow across the south plains through the early morning but sunny and dry in the afternoon. Dangerously cold air returns to the forecast tonight.
WALSENBURG/TRINIDAD: High – 20s; Low – 0s. Light snow through the early morning hours with sunny and dry skies into the afternoon. Dangerously cold air returns tonight.
Temperatures will be on the mend and trending warmer through the week, except for tomorrow morning. Highs on Tuesday should bounce back into the mid 40s, while Thursday and Friday look to be in the 50s! This will be a week full of sunshine and that means snow melt and messy cars over the next couple days. The next snow chance shows up Saturday but it’s way too far out for any accurate snow predictions.