Across the Pikes Peak Region, we'll continue to see snow flurries, freezing fog and drizzle this morning. This will lead to slick and icy spots on some roadways and sidewalks, so please be extra careful out there. Otherwise, the main story during the day will be the cold, with highs only warming into the 20s and 30s.
Tonight we'll see another round of snow move into Southern Colorado. The heaviest snow is expected to fall along and south of Highway 50. Some areas could see more than a half a foot of snow. Lows tonight will drop down to the single digits and teens as snow tapers off by very early Sunday.
COLORADO SPRINGS: High: 29; Low: 11. Morning clouds, fog and flurries may continue into the afternoon hours ahead of our next winter storm. That storm will spread heavier snow into the Pikes Peak Region by this evening, with the snow expected to pick up between 4-7 pm. Snow totals through Sunday morning will range from 1-4".
PUEBLO: High: 33; Low: 12. The weekend will start on a cold note, with highs today only warming into the lower 30s. A new round of snow will push into the area this evening, with snow expected to pick up between 4-7 pm. Snow totals through Sunday morning will range from 2-5".
CANON CITY: High: 33; Low: 14. Cold highs today, with temperatures expected to hover around the freezing mark. Lows tonight will drop down to the teens, with snow expected most of the evening. Snow totals from 2-4".
WOODLAND PARK: High: 26; Low: 5. Saturday will be a cold and cloudy day, with highs only warming into the middle 20s. Snow showers will increase late in the afternoon, with periods of snow through the overnight hours. Snow totals from 2-5".
TRI-LAKES: High: 20s; Low: 0s. Cold and cloudy on Saturday, with highs only warming into the middle and upper 20s. Snow flurries early will give way to heavier snow showers this evening. Snow totals from 2-5".
PLAINS: High: 30s; Low: 10s. A mix of sun and clouds early will give way to snow after sunset. This could be a pretty significant storm for the Plains, with periods of heavy snow and gusty winds from late tonight into Sunday morning. Snow totals from 3-7".
WALSENBURG/TRINIDAD: High: 30s; Low: 10s. A mix of morning clouds and sunshine will give way to another round of snow later today and tonight. The snow will be heavy at times through the overnight hours before tapering off early Sunday morning. Snow totals from 3-8".
MOUNTAINS: High: 10s/20s; Low: -0s/0s. Snow will increase by late this morning, and continue to fall through very early Sunday morning. Some mountain ranges could pick up another 5-8" of snow, with locally higher amounts possible.
Other than a few lingering snow showers across the far southeast Plains early Sunday morning, Sunday should be fairly dry and sunny. Highs will be cold, only topping out in the 30s in most areas. Our next chance for snow is expected Monday night into early Tuesday morning, but accumulations from this storm look very light for now. Highs will be a little warmer on Monday ahead of the storm before turning colder again on Tuesday.