Tonight’s Forecast: Snow showers early this evening will become steadier and heavier after midnight, with the main part of the storm expected to start around 4 am Monday. Impacts are expected across the region for the Monday morning commute, so please use caution on the roads. Looking for a detailed snow forecast for Monday's storm? Click here.
COLORADO SPRINGS: Low - 13; High - 24. Cold and snowy on Monday. Most of the snow will fall during the morning hours, and taper off by early to mid afternoon. Totals from 4-7"
PUEBLO: Low - 20; High - 27. Snow will pile up during the day in Pueblo, with the highest amounts west of town over the Wet mountains. Bundle up, because it will be a cold start to the week. Totals from 3-5".
CANON CITY: Low - 23; High - 30. Monday's weather courtesy of Old Man Winter! Look for cold temperatures, with snow throughout the day. Totals from 7-10".
WOODLAND PARK: Low - 18; High - 21. Cold and snowy best sums up our forecast, with the heaviest snow falling between Monday's pre-dawn hours and early afternoon. Totals from 6-9"
TRI-LAKES: Low - 10s; High - 20s. Periods of heavy snow from just after midnight through early Monday afternoon. Snow should let up by mid to late afternoon. Totals from 6-10".
PLAINS: Low - 10s; High - 20s/30s. Cold temperatures to start the new work week. Dry early in the morning, with periods of snow from late morning through late afternoon. Totals from a dusting to 3".
WALSENBURG/TRINIDAD: Low - 10s; High - 20s/30s. Cold temperatures and snow on Monday. Most of it falls from around sunrise through mid to late afternoon. Totals from 2-4" near Trinidad. Totals from 4-7" for Walsenburg.
Extended Outlook: We'll see a break from the snow of about 24 hours once it stops falling Monday afternoon. A colder and potentially stronger storm will drop in from Canada Tuesday afternoon, with snow in the forecast through late Wednesday. Totals from this storm could eclipse Monday's storm, due in large part to the below freezing temperatures already in place. In fact the cold is the other big story. Highs through Wednesday will stay near to below freezing, with overnight lows in the single digits and teens. Halloween looks dry, but cold. Best to incorporate layers into this year's costume!