Tonight’s Forecast: Winds decrease after sunset, and temperatures plummet tonight. Expect 20s to start on Monday morning. Tomorrow will be mostly sunny, chilly, and breezy again.
COLORADO SPRINGS: Low - 28; High - 51. A cold night is in store. Monday will be cool with gusty winds in the afternoon.
PUEBLO: Low - 29; High - 59. A cold start followed by a sunny and breezy afternoon. Layer up!
CANON CITY: Low - 32; High - 57. Starting around freezing, with gusty winds picking up through the day. A chilly day is ahead.
WOODLAND PARK: Low - 22; High - 43. Temperatures will be cold on Monday, layer accordingly. Wind gusts up to 40 mph are possible.
TRI-LAKES: Low - 20s; High - 40s. Starting in the mid 20s and warming to the upper 40s tomorrow. Gusty winds will keep a wind chill despite having sunshine.
PLAINS: Low - 20s; High - 60s. High fire danger, with a red flag warning for eastern Huerfano, eastern Las Animas, and Otero counties. Low 60s with sunshine after a cold start.
WALSENBURG/TRINIDAD: Low - 20s; High - 50s/60s. High fire danger, with a red flag warning for eastern Huerfano, eastern Las Animas, and Otero counties. Walsenburg will reach the low 50s and Trinidad to the low 60s.
Extended Outlook: Tuesday will be the most calm and warmest day this week, so plan your outdoor activities then! The next big weather maker comes Wednesday night into Thursday. Temperatures will drop significantly, and snow showers are possible for the area. A mix of snow and rain transitions to snow overnight Wednesday, and continues south from the Pikes Peak region to the New Mexico state line through Thursday afternoon. Travel may be impacted. Stay tuned.