After a really cold day, we'll see an even colder night in Southern Colorado. Most areas will drop down to the single digits and teens, but for the San Luis Valley, we could be looking at negative lows and dangerous wind chill values.
COLORADO SPRINGS: Low: 15; High: 41. Warmer on Monday, with highs much closer to seasonal averages. Snow showers will move into the forecast by the evening hours, with totals through Tuesday morning expected to remain under 1".
PUEBLO: Low: 11; High: 42. The work week will start under partly to mostly cloudy skies and several degrees of warming after such a cold weekend. Snow showers are expected to develop Monday night, with 1" of snow or less through Tuesday morning.
CANON CITY: Low: 19; High: 44. Cold lows Monday morning will give way to a more seasonal afternoon as highs warm into the middle 40s. Late afternoon and evening snow showers will be possible, with 1" of snow or less through Tuesday morning.
WOODLAND PARK: Low: 16; High: 36. Slightly warmer highs on Monday, with snow showers developing by late afternoon. 1-2" of snow will be possible through Tuesday morning.
TRI-LAKES: Low: 10s; High: 30s. Not as cold as the weekend, but we're still looking at a pretty chilly start to the week for northern El Paso County. Snow showers will be possible by late afternoon, with 1-2" of accumulation through Tuesday morning.
PLAINS: Low: 0s/10s; High: 20s/30s. Very cold morning lows across the Plains will give way to a slightly warmer afternoon, with highs above freezing in some spots. Our next round of light snow will move in Monday night, with the forecast calling for anywhere between a dusting to 2" by Tuesday morning.
WALSENBURG/TRINIDAD: Low: 10s; High:40s. Mostly cloudy skies and slightly warmer highs on Monday will give way to another round of snow by Monday night. Snow totals with this storm will be light, generally between 1-3".
MOUNTAINS: Low: 0s/10s; High: 10s/20s. Increasing clouds will give way to snow by Monday afternoon, with periods of snow possible through Tuesday morning. This is not expected to be a big snow maker, with totals generally between 2-4".
As the snow winds down early Tuesday morning, we'll see cold highs and decreasing clouds for the afternoon hours. Highs Tuesday across Southern Colorado will only warm into the 20s and 30s. A nice warm-up will follow through the middle of the week, with highs by Thursday above average and mostly in the 40s.