TONIGHT: Another round of snow gets going this evening with best chances along and W of I-25 between 5 and 10 PM. Light snow over the higher terrain and the Pikes Peak region could accumulate up to another inch or two in some spots, particularly over the mountains. As snow ends the clouds begin to move out with clearing in the early morning leading to single digits for most by sunrise.
WEDNESDAY: Brisk west to east flow over the state will help to warm temperatures a little under a mostly sunny sky. After a cold start, expect temperatures in the 30s to around 40 by the mid-afternoon.
EXTENDED: The high country will get some heavy snow Thursday into early Saturday as the next storm approaches. Some parts of the mountains and ski resorts could get between one and two feet. Locally, the storm will kick out of the mountains and into the plains Friday night and Saturday when we'll have a chance for some snow as colder air arrives to start the weekend.