Snow fell across the state overnight and most roadways that weren't hit by snowplows will have snow on them through the morning commute.
The heaviest morning snow will keep falling east of I-25 with occasional early to mid-morning snow bands of 1-2 inches per hour. The winds will gusts into the 20 mph range, so any morning drive out east should be taken with extreme care.
We should see generally dry afternoon conditions after the morning snow moves east, but a stray mountain flurry is possible. A second round of snow is possible in the mountains and Pikes Peak Region this evening, but the next main wave is expected Tuesday morning.
COLORADO SPRINGS: High: 36; Low: 15. Dry afternoon conditions until the evening and overnight hours when the second push of snow moves in. We'll get more snow through Tuesday morning.
PUEBLO: High: 40; Low: 15. Dry and cold today with a few flurries possible in the evening. The next round of snow is expected Tuesday morning.
CANON CITY: High: 38; Low: 21. Dry and cold during the day with evening snow possible before the second wave of snow Tuesday morning.
WOODLAND PARK: High: 30; Low: 11. A stray non-accumulating flurry is possible today, but most of the afternoon will be dry. We could see evening snow showers with more snow expected Tuesday morning.
TRI-LAKES: High: 30s; Low: 10s. Dry afternoon conditions until the evening and overnight hours when the second push of snow moves in. We'll get more snow through Tuesday morning.
PLAINS: High: 30s; Low: 10s. Heavy blowing snow through the morning with dry skies in the afternoon. We could see a few snow showers tonight in Lincoln County, but the next round of snow is expected Tuesday morning.
WALSENBURG/TRINIDAD: High: 30s; Low: 10s. Dry and cold today with the next round of snow Tuesday morning.
MOUNTAINS: High: 20/30s; Low: 10s. A few non-accumulating flurries are possible today, but most of the mountains will be dry in the afternoon. We'll see snow showers this evening, but the next main round of snow will show up after midnight Tuesday morning.
We should get more snow Tuesday morning, and that means another day of slick and slow morning commutes. Snow Tuesday should fall through the early afternoon, but dry skies are expected Tuesday night. We'll be dry and much warmer through the end of the week.