WEDNESDAY: Areas of fog early with clouds increasing during the afternoon. Temps will still be cold, ranging from the mid 20s to lower 30s. Throw in a stiff breeze that will knife right through and it won't be the best feeling day.
TONIGHT: Snow increases fast this evening over the high mountain areas and our local mountains will see snow develop too. The Sangre de Cristos will see 2"-6", the Wet Mountains will see 1"-3" and Teller County could get up to 2" of new snow. A few of those showers may spill off the hills over the I-25 corridor, especially between Walsenburg and Trinidad and in the Pikes Peak region. Lows in the single digits and teens.
EXTENDED FORECAST: A small warm moves in for the end of the week and weekend, but highs only end up in the 30s and 40s most days. Another round of snow moves across the mountains Friday night and early Saturday. We'll hit 50s to near 60 next Tuesday ahead of another storm taking shape in the western US.