Snow and showers will stop falling overnight, but easterly winds and left over moisture in the air will likely lead to areas of fog, drizzle, and even freezing drizzle. There could be some icy spots that develop off the major roadways overnight, but we're not overly concerned about major commute issues.
Saturday looks beautiful after we burn off the morning low clouds and fog. We'll see a return of sunny skies, a stronger breeze in the afternoon, and warmer daytime temperatures with highs back in the 50s.
COLORADO SPRINGS: Low: 25; High: 54. Patchy fog and drizzle is possible tonight if we get cold enough, followed by mostly sunny skies through Saturday, breezy and warmer daytime conditions.
PUEBLO: Low: 28; High: 59. Areas of fog and drizzle likely overnight before sunny skies take over Saturday with breezy and warmer daytime conditions.
CANON CITY: Low: 30; High: 59. Patchy fog possible overnight with breezy and warmer daytime conditions Saturday, along with sunny skies.
WOODLAND PARK: Low: 25; High: 48. Patchy fog is possible overnight but with mostly sunny skies, breezy, and warmer conditions expected on Saturday.
TRI-LAKES: Low: 20s; High: 40s. Fog and drizzle is likely overnight before sunny skies and warmer air takes over for Saturday afternoon.
PLAINS: Low: 20; High: 40s. Patchy fog is possible overnight with sunny and much warmer daytime temperatures expected, along with breezy conditions.
WALSENBURG/TRINIDAD: Low: 30s; High: 50s. Breezy and cloudy overnight with brighter and warmer conditions expected on Saturday.
More fog and drizzle is possible Saturday night before another day of breezy, sunny, and warmer weather follows on Sunday. We'll see temperatures peak on Monday with highs back in the 60s and a few lower 70s. Scattered rain showers are likely on Tuesday, with the next best chance for snow happening next Thursday. Thursday has the potential to be a high impact winter storm with strong winds accompanying snow.