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Snow showers and cold weather returns on Sunday

Pikes Peak
Snowfall Forecast
Posted at 6:04 PM, Feb 08, 2020
and last updated 2020-02-08 20:10:20-05

Tonight's Forecast: Dry skies will continue tonight, even as the clouds begin to thicken up. Overnight lows will be quite cold across the region, dropping down to the 10s and 20s. Overnight snow showers over the mountains will likely spread east into the Pikes Peak Region by Sunday morning, setting the stage for a colder and unsettled end to the weekend.

Here's a look at the Snowfall Forecast for Southern Colorado for the Sunday/Monday morning storm:

Snowfall Forecast
Snowfall Forecast - 020920 to 021020

COLORADO SPRINGS: Low: 20; High: 29. An early morning cold front will drag temperatures back down to the upper 20s on Sunday, with light snow showers expected throughout the day. Snow totals from 1-2".

PUEBLO: Low: 18; High: 32. Dry skies early, with increasing chances for light snow by the afternoon. Snow totals will stay mainly under 1" from Sunday's storm.

CANON CITY: Low: 25; High: 32. Cold and unsettled, with periods of snow as we close out the weekend. Snow could be heavy at times during the day over parts of Fremont County. Snow totals from 2-4".

WOODLAND PARK: Low: 15; High: 25. Saturday's sunshine and pleasant weather will turn cold and snowy once again on Sunday. Periods of heavy snow will be possible throughout the day, making for messy driving conditions around Teller County. Snow totals from 3-6".

TRI-LAKES: Low: 10s; High: 20s. Snow returns to northern El Paso County on Sunday, picking up by late morning to early afternoon. It will continue through late Sunday night. Snow totals from 2-5".

PLAINS: Low: 20s; High: 30s/40s. Although it will be much colder on Sunday, most of the snow will stay west of the Plains. A few flurries will be possible during the day, with little to no accumulation.

WALSENBURG/TRINIDAD: Low: 10s/20s; High: 20s/30s. Dry skies early will give way to afternoon and evening snow showers. Snow totals from 1-3" for Walsenburg. Snow totals of less than 1" for Trinidad.

Extended Outlook: Broad northwest flow over Colorado will open the door for several more chances for snow heading into next week. The timing of each system is a little difficult to pinpoint, though at this time, we're looking at another system Monday night into Tuesday. This could be followed up by yet another weak system on Wednesday. Dry and pleasant weather should return for at least a few days by the end of next week.