Tonight's Forecast: Snow showers will become more numerous overnight tonight, with snow tapering off in most spots early Tuesday morning. The big concern with tonight's forecast, and quite frankly the big question mark for us will be where the heaviest snow bands develop. The best chance of seeing the heavy snow bands appears to be in the vicinity of Highway 50, but any changes to the position of these snow bands could result in some isolated higher totals in other areas. Snow totals will be variable across the region, with the highest amounts generally expected to be over the Wet Mountains and northern El Paso County.
COLORADO SPRINGS: Low: 17; High: 30. Overnight snow will taper off to flurries or light leftover snow showers by Tuesday morning. However, expect snow covered and icy streets for the morning commute. Snow totals from 1-4".
PUEBLO: Low: 20; High: 33. A snowy, unsettled mess can be expected for the morning commute on Tuesday. Snow will taper off around the lunch hour, with dry skies most of Tuesday afternoon. Snow totals from 1-3".
CANON CITY: Low: 21; High: 32. Cold and unsettled in the morning, with snow covered and icy streets a high possibility during Tuesday morning commute. Dry skies should return by the afternoon. Snow totals from 1-3".
WOODLAND PARK: Low: 12; High: 26. Winter weather returns to Woodland Park from late tonight through Tuesday morning, with impacts expected for the morning commute. Snow totals from 1-4".
TRI-LAKES: Low: 10s; High: 20s. Bundle up and brace for a taste of winter as we head back to work and school on Tuesday. Widespread impacts will likely slow your morning commute down due to overnight snow and icing on the streets. Snow totals from 2-4".
PLAINS: Low: 20s; High: 30s/40s. Snow returns late tonight, with snow showers possible across the Plains through midday Tuesday. Highest totals will be north of Highway 50. Snow totals from a trace to 2".
WALSENBURG/TRINIDAD: Low: 10s/20s; High: 30s. Light snow showers will bring wintry driving conditions to the forecast Tuesday morning, with slick and snow covered roads likely. Snow totals from 1-3".
Extended Outlook: After a brief break in the snow Tuesday night, our next storm moves in on Wednesday. Snow chances will increase Wednesday afternoon, with snow likely through at least early Thursday morning. This next round could be stronger, producing higher snow totals than this current storm. Travel delays and impacts likely again from Wednesday evening through Thursday morning. Friday's forecast will be bright and dry before another round of snow returns heading into Saturday evening.