Snow Wednesday and a second helping of cold air

Horses and snow
Posted at 7:29 PM, Feb 16, 2021
and last updated 2021-02-16 21:44:55-05

Tonight's Forecast:
Parts of Southern Colorado will see light snow showers this evening as a weak disturbances moves across the area. A few mountain areas could pick up a quick inch or two of accumulation before we dry out. Another round of snow will push into the region Wednesday afternoon.

COLORADO SPRINGS: Low: 14; High: 31. Dry skies early will give way to a second round of snowfall across the Pikes Peak Region by the second half of the day. Snow will continue through the overnight hours, and could be heavy at times. Snow totals from 2-4".

PUEBLO: Low: 12; High: 33. Highs will be a little warmer in Pueblo on Wednesday, and could finally push past the freezing mark for the first time in more than a week. Snow showers will pick up by late afternoon and evening, and could be heavy at times. Snow totals from 1-3".

CANON CITY: Low: 17; High: 35. Our next round of wintry weather will push into Fremont County on Wednesday, with snow showers increasing by mid to late afternoon. Snow totals from 1-3".

WOODLAND PARK: Low: 9; High: 27. After a quick burst of snow Tuesday evening, a second round of snow will move into Teller County on Wednesday, with snow shoveling weather through Thursday morning. Snow totals from 3-5".

TRI-LAKES: Low: 10s; High: 20s. Snow showers will increase throughout the day, with the potential for heaviest bursts of snowfall and thundersnow by Wednesday evening. Snow totals from 3-5".

PLAINS: Low: 0s; High: 20s. The Plains will remain below freezing for at least the next 24 hours. Snow isn't expected for most of the Plains on Wednesday, with just a few light snow showers across western areas, like Crowley and Otero counties.

WALSENBURG/TRINIDAD: Low: 10s; High: 30s. Snow will return to the southern I-25 on Wednesday, with the snow expected to pick up by late afternoon and continue through Thursday morning. Snow totals from 2-4".

MOUNTAINS: Low: 0s/10s; High: 10s/20s. Snow showers will taper off over the mountains by early Wednesday morning. We won't stay dry long as another round of snow will build into the mountains by the afternoon. Snow totals from 4-10".

Extended Outlook:
We'll dry out early Thursday, but stay cold before a warmer and sunnier day follows on Friday. Saturday be will be breezy and above freezing during the day before turning unsettled by the evening as light snow showers develop from our next cold front. Highs Sunday will be chillier, but at last, a warmer stretch of days is likely heading into next week.

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