Tonight’s Forecast: Weakening wind after sunset coupled with a dry airmass will lead to a cold night across Southern Colorado. Overnight lows will fall through the 20s across the I-25 corridor.
COLORADO SPRINGS: Low - 28; High - 61. Below freezing temperatures early Tuesday. Warmer and brighter for the afternoon, with a seasonal high of 61 degrees.
PUEBLO: Low - 26; High - 66. Less wind on Tuesday, with a break from the high fire danger that we saw on Monday.
CANON CITY: Low - 33; High - 65. We'll start out Tuesday near freezing. Afternoon highs will be nice, in the mid 60s.
WOODLAND PARK: Low - 24; High - 56. Layer up in the morning. After a cold start, the afternoon hours will be bright and warmer, with less wind throughout the day.
TRI-LAKES: Low - 20s; High - 50s. Cold and crisp on Tuesday morning. Afternoon highs will be warmer than Monday, rising into the upper 50s.
PLAINS: Low - 20s; High - 60s. Tuesday will be a near picture perfect day across the Plains. Cold in the morning, mild and breezy for the afternoon.
WALSENBURG/TRINIDAD: Low - 20s; High - 60s. Red Flag Warnings are not expected on Tuesday. We're expecting a warmer day, with less wind coming off the mountains.
Extended Outlook: Tuesday night won't be as cold as the airmass warms before our next storm arrives. Dry weather Wednesday morning, with precipitation moving in by late afternoon to early evening. The mountains should see all snow, whereas the lower elevations will see a changeover from rain to snow with this storm. Thursday morning will likely be slick and snowy, with snow continuing until the afternoon. Although we're getting a better handle on timing and amounts, exact details are still developing. The latest model runs are pushing for 2-5" amounts across the Pikes Peak Region, with higher amounts in the mountains. Stay tuned for details throughout the week on-air and online.