Lots of snow fell across southern Colorado overnight, but highs in the 90s on Monday kept most of it from sticking to the ground. There will be several slick drives in the mountains and at most small roads above 7,000 feet this morning, but the main commutes like I-25 from Denver to Colorado Springs will be just fine.
We'll keep seeing snow through the early morning hours, but dry conditions should take over mid-morning and last through most of the afternoon. A second round of showers and light snow is possible overnight, but we only expect minor accumulation out in our southern mountains.
COLORADO SPRINGS: High: 38; Low: 32. Light snow to flurries in the morning with cloudy and cold conditions for the majority of the day. We could see spotty showers and sprinkles at the end of the day, with more showers and flurries possible overnight.
PUEBLO: High: 42; Low: 32. Light snow and flurries in the morning with mostly dry but cloudy skies through the afternoon. Rain to spotty showers are possible from the end of the day into the overnight hours.
CANON CITY: High: 41; Low: 33. Light snow and flurries this morning but dry skies take over in the afternoon with a few showers possible at the end of the day. There could be more light rain overnight and maybe a few flurries mixed in if we get cold enough.
WOODLAND PARK: High: 36; Low: 27. Light snow to flurries and a few slick roads are possible in the morning with dry skies by lunch. There could be more rain mixed with snow at the end of the day, and light snow to flurries are possible overnight.
TRI-LAKES: High: 30s; Low: 20s. Light snow and a few slick roads are possible this morning with dry skies mid-morning to lunch. A few showers or flurries are possible at the end of the day into the overnight hours.
PLAINS: High: 40s; Low: 30s. A mix of rain and snow in the morning with mostly dry skies by lunch. Shower and rain are likely from the end of the day into the overnight hours.
WALSENBURG/TRINIDAD: High: Upper 30s; Low: Lower 30s. Snow and flurries in the morning with dry skies from lunch through the afternoon. The second wave of rain and snow is likely from the end of the day into the overnight hours, but snow is more likely in the mountains and even then, accumulations look low.
Thursday afternoon will be dry and cloudy with highs back in the 40s and a few 50s. Friday looks gorgeous once the sun comes out with daytime temperatures in the 60s and 70s. We'll be sunny and dry over the weekend with highs back in the 70s and 80s!