We're in the deep freeze today across the Pikes Peak Region due to heavy snow Tuesday, with more mild air expected from Pueblo south to Trinidad and east to the plains. Light snowfall and flurries will push into the southern mountains, Raton Mesa, and eastern plains overnight to early Thursday morning, with only a dusting expected out into the Pikes Peak Region.
COLORADO SPRINGS: High: 29; Low: 19. Very old and cloudy today with flurries to a very light snow possible overnight to early Thursday morning, with a dusting to maybe a quarter of an inch of snow at the most expected.
PUEBLO: High: 35; Low: 20. Chilly with mostly cloudy skies today, followed by the chance for flurries to a dusting overnight into early Thursday morning.
CANON CITY: High: 35; Low: 23. Chilly, light winds, and cloudy skies today, followed by the chance for flurries to a dusting overnight into early Thursday morning.
WOODLAND PARK: High: 29; Low: 16. Very cold and mostly cloudy today with flurries to very light snow possible overnight into early Thursday morning. A dusting to a quarter of an inch of snow is possible, but dusting is more likely if anything.
TRI-LAKES: High: 20s; Low: 10s. Very cold and cloudy today with flurries to a dusting of snow possible late tonight into early Thursday morning.
PLAINS: High: 30/40s; Low: 20s. Chilly and mostly cloudy today with light snow possible south of highway 50 overnight east east of Crowley and Otero counties into early Thursday morning. Not much snow is expected, but there could be a few slick drives early Thursday morning.
WALSENBURG/TRINIDAD: High: 30s; Low: 20s. Chilly and cloudy with with light snow overnight in the Sangre De Cristos and La Veta Pass, as well as the stretch of I-25 mainly along and south of Walsenburg through Thursday morning. Snowfall will be light, but a few slick early morning drives are likely, especially south through Raton Pass.
Friday is going to be a wintery mix across Colorado, with snow in the late morning and afternoon over the mountains and a wintry mix to rain expected down into the lower elevations. Mountain travel will be slick and slow on Friday, but the weekend looks dry and warmer.