Rain moves out of New Mexico today and spreads northeast across southern Colorado through the afternoon, turning to a light snow in high elevation areas during the evening. Temperatures will warm into the 50s and 60s today, despite the cloud cover and a strong cold front that will push in from the north in the afternoon. Due to the warm air, most of what falls under 11,000 feet will be rain. Overnight, up slope winds will turn any snow into flurries across the region, especially for the foothills and adjacent towns.
COLORADO SPRINGS: High: 54; Low: 25. Cloudy with increasing afternoon winds and periods of rain. Flurries overnight are likely.
PUEBLO: High: 60; Low: 28. Cloudy and mild with late day winds increasing and periods of daytime rain. A few flurries overnight area possible.
CANON CITY: High: 58; Low: 30. Cloudy and mild with increasing daytime winds and periods of rain. Flurries overnight are possible.
WOODLAND PARK: High: 50; Low: 23. Cloudy and chilly with periods of rain during the day turning to a wintry mix and light snow through the evening. A few flurries tonight are possible.
TRI-LAKES: High: 40s; Low: 20s. Cloudy, chilly and windy in the afternoon with periods of rain and a wintry mix in the evening. Weak snow showers or flurries overnight are likely.
PLAINS: High: 60s; Low: 20s. Cloudy with increasing afternoon winds out of the north and periods of rain through the afternoon. Mostly dry skies are expected tonight.
WALSENBURG/TRINIDAD: High: 50/60s; Low: 20s. Cloudy with increasing late day/evening winds out of the north and periods of rain during the day. Flurries are possible overnight.
Overnight light snow showers and flurries are expected into early Friday morning, but with minimal accumulation. Temperatures are going to be very cold tomorrow with highs across the region staying at or below freezing. Snowfall showers will arrive tomorrow, mostly in the afternoon and with lighter snow/flurries through the overnight hours to Friday morning.