Tonight's Forecast: Our forecast will turn snowy tonight as two weather systems converge over Colorado. Most areas along the I-25 corridor will start to see the snow between 5 and 8 pm. The snow and cold weather will continue through Tuesday morning, with the potential for a slow and slick commute. Winter Storm Warnings and Winter Weather Advisories cover a large part of Southern Colorado through Tuesday morning. Below you'll find detailed maps with our latest snowfall forecast.
COLORADO SPRINGS: Low: 9; High: 25. Lingering snow flurries will fall during the morning hours, with decreasing clouds and a cold afternoon to follow. Most of the snow will fall from late this evening through the predawn hours of our Tuesday. Snow totals from 1-4".
PUEBLO: Low: 15; High: 30. While most of the snow falls overnight tonight, lingering snow showers will continue through mid-morning. Expect the roads to be slick and snow-packed for the morning drive. Snow totals from 1-4".
CANON CITY: Low: 16; High: 29. Cold and snowy overnight, with snow tapering off to flurries by Tuesday morning. A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect here until noon Tuesday, and the morning commute will be slow and snow-packed. Snow totals from 2-5".
WOODLAND PARK: Low: 5; High: 26. A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect until 5 am, with most of the snow tapering off before sunrise Tuesday. Overnight snow will be heavy at times, with the morning drive likely to be slow and snow-packed. Snow totals from 2-4".
TRI-LAKES: Low: 0s; High: 20s. Another blast of wintry weather returns this evening, with snow continuing into early Tuesday morning. Tuesday's drive between the Springs and Denver will be icy and snow covered, especially on side streets and parking lots. Snow totals from 2-4".
PLAINS: Low: 0s/10s; High: 30s. We'll see periods of snow through Tuesday morning, with the heaviest bands expected across the southeastern Plains. Snow totals will vary, with little to no accumulation in northern areas, and amounts up to 4" over Las Animas and Baca counties.
WALSENBURG/TRINIDAD: Low: 30s; High: 60s. This storm will favor southern regions with the highest amounts of snow. Winter Storm Warnings are in effect here until noon Tuesday, and the morning drive will be snow covered and dangerous in some areas. Snow totals from 5-9".
Extended Outlook: Following Tuesday's storm, a chance for snow flurries will continue in the forecast on Wednesday, mainly for the mountains in Teller and Fremont counties. It will also be breezy on Wednesday. Your late week forecast will feature a nice string of dry and warmer days. Highs will climb through Friday, with temperatures in the 40s and low 50s as we close out the week. Saturday looks to be mainly dry and breezy, with a better chance for snow returning late Sunday night.