After a cold and cloudy Sunday, the first of two rounds of snow will move into Southern Colorado tonight. Snowfall will be scattered as bands move off of the mountains and into the Plains. Snow accumulations from this first round will be on the minor side, with most areas expecting between a trace and 2" of snow. It's possible that the eastern Plains could see more as wrap-around moisture will linger here into Monday morning.
COLORADO SPRINGS: Low: 20; High: 36. Overnight snow showers will taper off very early Monday morning, leaving us with partly to mostly cloudy skies through the afternoon. Our next round of snow will move in late Monday night, with snow continuing through Tuesday.
PUEBLO: Low: 20; High: 40. The snow that falls overnight will come to an end early Monday, leaving us dry through the afternoon. A more potent storm is set to arrive Monday night with snow lasting through Tuesday.
CANON CITY: Low: 24; High: 40. Light snow will fall across Fremont overnight tonight and into Monday morning. The rest of our Monday will feature dry skies before a stronger storm moves into the area late Monday night.
WOODLAND PARK: Low: ``14; High: 32. Light snow showers will come to an end early Monday morning, with mostly cloudy skies to follow through the afternoon. Round two of snow will push into Teller County Monday night, with snow lasting through the day on Tuesday.
TRI-LAKES: Low: 10s; High: 20s/30s. Unsettled overnight, with light snow showers across the Palmer Divide. The snow should taper off early Monday, but will be followed by a second round of snow Monday night and Tuesday.
PLAINS: Low: 20s; High: 30s. Overnight and morning snow showers could add up to as much as 1-3" of snow before the snow comes to an end midday Monday. Freezing drizzle will also be possible around Baca County. A second round of snow will follow late Monday night and Tuesday.
WALSENBURG/TRINIDAD: Low: 10s/20s; High: 30s/40s. Light snow bands will bring occasional snow showers to the southern I-25 corridor through Monday morning. A second round of snow will follow on Tuesday, with several inches of snow expected from both storms.
MOUNTAINS: Low: 0s/10s; High: 10s/20s. Periods of snow will bring powdery conditions to the mountains of Southern Colorado tonight, Monday and Tuesday. Totals through Tuesday are expected to range between 5-10".
The second round of snow that pushes into Southern Colorado Monday night and Tuesday will bring some beneficial moisture into our area, and a good chance at widespread snowfall. Snowfall totals through Tuesday are expected to range between 2-6" across most of the region.
Snow will taper off Tuesday night, with a dry and warmer forecast to follow for the remainder of the work week.