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Southern Colorado sees the chilliest air since last Spring today!

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Posted at 5:41 AM, Oct 03, 2019
and last updated 2019-10-03 14:41:20-04

Today’s Forecast:
A cold front overnight has brought incredibly cold air into southern Colorado, as well as thick stratus clouds. There will be spotty mist and fog across the region this morning, especially in northern El Paso county, which should disappear by mid morning. Cloud cover will remain thick during the morning with the sun coming out around lunch time. Southeast winds will warm us up a bit in the afternoon, but most of the region along and east of the mountains will stay below average.

COLORADO SPRINGS: High - 56; Low - 42. Morning cloud cover and patchy fog will disappear through the morning with sunny, chilly, and windy conditions in the afternoon.

PUEBLO: High - 61; Low - 45. Morning cloud cover will disappear through the morning with sunny, cool, and breezy conditions in the afternoon.

CANON CITY: High - 63; Low - 48. Morning cloud cover will disappear through the morning with sunny, cool, and breezy conditions in the afternoon.

WOODLAND PARK: High - 62; Low - 38. Morning cloud cover, mist, and patchy fog will disappear through the morning with sunny, chilly, and breezy conditions in the afternoon. Smoke could once again filter into Teller County later today and tonight from the Decker Fire.

TRI-LAKES: High - 50s; Low - 40s. Morning cloud cover, mist, and patchy fog will disappear through the morning with sunny, chilly, and windy conditions in the afternoon.

PLAINS: High - 60s; Low - 40s. Morning cloud cover will take a bit longer to clear through the morning with sunny skies expected by the early to mid afternoon, with a gusty and mild afternoon expected.

WALSENBURG/TRINIDAD: High - 60s; Low - 40s. Morning cloud cover and patchy fog will disappear through the morning with sunny, crisp, and windy conditions in the afternoon.

Extended Outlook:
We'll see clear skies at the start of the morning with cloud cover once again, filling in overnight. There could be a few areas that see patchy fog and mist overnight into early Friday morning, but generally drier skies are expected. Rain will move in from the south, starting over the San Luis Valley and southern mountains near Trinidad, and moving northeast through the plains towards Otero, Bent, and Kiowa Counties through the early afternoon. Pueblo and Colorado Springs should stay dry tomorrow, just windy and warm. The weekend looks dry with two cool fronts cooling Saturday down, and then again on Sunday.