A very poor set up for snow has taken shape across southern Colorado and while we did see some snow showers pop up on radar Friday afternoon, not much made it to the ground in the Pikes Peak region. Overnight, energy and moisture from New Mexico will push back west against the mountains, squeezing out light snow along the I-25 corridor. Not much snow is expected by Saturday morning but a few areas like Monument Hill, Trinidad and the Wet & Sangre mountains could have some slick early drives. Temperatures will drop into the teens overnight with light wind.
A few flurries will likely be left in the region early Saturday morning but mainly dry skies will take over by mid-morning and last through lunch. The second round of scattered showers, some of which will be mixed with snow at elevations over 6,000 feet, will move through in the mid-afternoon. Any additional snow tomorrow will be minimal and likely only stick to grassy surfaces. A dry but cold night is expected with fairly light winds.
COLORADO SPRINGS: Low: 27, High: 43. Light snow showers tonight with light scattered rain/snow showers Saturday afternoon.
PUEBLO: Low: 32, High: 48. Light rain and snow showers overnight with light rain showers Saturday afternoon.
CANON CITY: Low: 32, High: 47. Light rain and snow showers overnight with light rain showers Saturday afternoon.
WOODLAND PARK: Low: 19, High: 37. Light snow overnight with light snow possible again Saturday afternoon.
TRI-LAKES: Low: 20s, High: 30s. Light snow overnight with light snow showers possible again Saturday afternoon.
PLAINS: Low: 30s, High: 40s. Stray light snow tonight, first mixed with rain, into Saturday morning with scattered showers possible again Saturday afternoon.
WALSENBURG/TRINIDAD: Low: 20s, High: 40s. Scattered snow showers overnight with some moderate accumulation possible if convective snow bands can develop. A second round of scattered rain showers is possible Saturday afternoon.
Dry and sunny weather returns on Sunday with highs back in the 60s! We’ll be even warmer on Monday with highs well into the 70s across the lower elevations. Rain and snow chances return on Wednesday and leave Thursday night.