A second round of snow and wind arrives on Tuesday

Snow in Canon City
Posted at 7:09 PM, Oct 28, 2019
and last updated 2019-10-29 00:34:14-04

Tonight’s Forecast: A few lingering snow flurries will be possible overnight tonight as we'll find ourselves between storms. Most areas will stay dry, with a cold night on tap across Southern Colorado. Where snow-melt occurred today, roads will likely freeze, leading to icy conditions on untreated roadways through Wednesday morning.

COLORADO SPRINGS: Low - 12; High - 23. Mostly cloudy and cold on Tuesday morning. Snow increases by mid-afternoon, with heavier snow returning late at night. Totals for storm #2 from 4-7"

PUEBLO: Low - 14; High - 29. Partly to mostly cloudy skies early will turn to snow showers by the afternoon. Bands of heavy snow will be possible in Pueblo from late Tuesday through midday Wednesday. Totals from 4-7".

CANON CITY: Low - 15; High - 31.One storm has come and gone this week, and another follows for Tuesday and Wednesday. Look for snow to increase by the mid to late afternoon hours. Totals from 6-9".

WOODLAND PARK: Low - 7; High - 21. Single digit temperatures early will only warm into the lower 20s for the afternoon. Morning flurries will give way to heavier snow by mid to late afternoon. Totals from 8-12"

TRI-LAKES: Low - 0s; High - 10s/20s. A Winter Storm Warning will go into effect Tuesday at Noon. Periods of heavy snow will return by early to mid afternoon, and continue through midday Wednesday. Totals from 6-9".

PLAINS: Low - 10s; High - 30s. Dry and cold during the day, with snow increasing by early evening. This storm will be more significant than the last for the Plains. Totals from 2-7".

WALSENBURG/TRINIDAD: Low - 0s/10s; High - 20s/30s. A dry, cold start on Tuesday will give way to late afternoon and early evening snow showers. Heaviest snow is expected overnight into Wednesday morning. Totals from 3-6" near Trinidad. Totals from 4-7" for Walsenburg.

Extended Outlook: The Wednesday morning commute is expected to be a mess. Snow, wind and cold temperatures will add to the already snowy roads from the first storm. The second storm looks to wind down by late morning to early afternoon, with a bone chilling night to follow on Wednesday night. By Thursday morning, widespread single digits and below zero temperatures will be common across Southern Colorado. Halloween this year will be chilly during the day, and cold at night. Temperatures slowly warm heading into the weekend, with a nice stretch of dry weather in our extended forecast.