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A cool and breezy end to the weekend, with mountain snow possible

Pikes Peak
Posted at 6:28 PM, Nov 21, 2020

Tonight's Forecast:
A few spotty showers will be possible this evening across far southeast parts of the state as lingering energy continues to move off of the southern mountain ranges. A late night cold front will drop in from the north, resulting in a cold night across Southern Colorado.

COLORADO SPRINGS: Low: 23; High: 43. Dry, breezy and cooler on Sunday. While there will be quite a bit of cloud cover across the Pikes Peak Region, we're not expecting any precipitation to end the weekend.

PUEBLO: Low: 24; High: 46. Bundle up for the morning hours because it will be cold out there. The afternoon hours will be breezy and cooler, with mostly cloudy skies in our forecast.

CANON CITY: Low: 31; High: 47. Dry on Sunday before a few days of unsettled weather early next week. It will be breezy and cool across Fremont County, with some mountain snow showers possible by late evening.

WOODLAND PARK: Low: 20; High: 43. Typical late November weather on Sunday, with cold lows giving way to a pretty chilly afternoon. Moisture increases by the evening, with a few snow flurries possible Sunday night.

TRI-LAKES: Low: 10s/20s; High: 40s. Put those layers on if you're planning to be outside early Sunday because it will be cold. Afternoon highs will still be chilly as temperatures will only warm into the lower 40s.

PLAINS: Low: 20s; High: 40s/50s. A cold start for the Plains, but by Sunday afternoon, prepare to shed some layers as it will be a pleasant and quiet afternoon.

WALSENBURG/TRINIDAD: Low: 20s; High: 40s. Dry skies, but plenty of clouds on Sunday. Temperatures will be cooler as we close out the weekend only topping out in the 40s.

MOUNTAINS: Low: 10s/20s; High: 20s/30s. Cold temperatures for the mountains on Sunday with snow developing by the afternoon or evening hours. Further chances for snow will remain in the forecast for the higher elevations through Tuesday.

Extended Outlook:
Snow will continue in the mountains on Monday, but areas to the east will see a big boost in temperatures and a dry start to the week. A cold front will bring a better chance of widespread precipitation to areas east of the mountains from Monday night to Tuesday, along with much colder temperatures. It's a little too soon to to talk exact snowfall amounts for Southern Colorado, but we should start to see those details over the next 24 hours.