Tonight's Forecast: Snow showers will wind down tonight over the I-25 corridor and the Plains. In the mountains, orographic lift will continue to produce areas of snow through the overnight hours. As today's storm pushes east, some breaks in the clouds will allow for cold temperatures. Morning lows on Monday will start out in the 10s and lower 20s.
COLORADO SPRINGS: Low: 13; High: 35. Cold and mostly cloudy, but a generally dry start is expected for our Monday. The clouds will thicken up by the afternoon, with snow returning to the forecast Monday afternoon and evening. Snow totals through Tuesday morning from 1-3".
PUEBLO: Low: 14; High: 39. Dry skies early will give way to afternoon and evening snow showers. Periods of snow will continue through Tuesday morning. Snow totals from 2-4".
CANON CITY: Low: 20; High: 40. With snow winding down Sunday night, we'll only see a brief break in the action with our next round of snow expected to fill in Monday afternoon and evening. Snow totals through Tuesday from 3-6".
WOODLAND PARK: Low: 10; High: 33. A cold, but dry start to our Monday will turn snowy by late afternoon to early evening. Snow totals through Tuesday morning from 4-7".
TRI-LAKES: Low: 10s; High: 20s/30s. Dry and cold early in the day, with snow chances increasing by late afternoon to early evening. Snow will continue at times through Tuesday morning. Snow totals from 2-5".
PLAINS: Low: 10s/20s; High: 40s. Snow returns to the forecast on Monday, with snow chances increasing late in the day. The snow will continue at times through the day on Tuesday. Snow totals from a trace to 3".
WALSENBURG/TRINIDAD: Low: 10s; High: 30s/40s. Southern parts of the state will see the most snow from our next storm system. Snow showers will increase through Monday afternoon, and likely not let up until midday Tuesday. Snow totals from 5-9".
Extended Outlook: Snow will wind down on Tuesday, although another round of snow is expected on Wednesday. This system for now looks pretty weak, with only slight chances for snow east of the mountains. Dry skies will follow late next week as high pressure builds into Southern Colorado. Highs will climb through Friday, returning to the 40s and lower 50s by the end of the week.