COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Southern Colorado woke up to chilly temperatures and snow Thursday morning.
Most of the Pikes Peak region saw several inches of snow overnight. Flakes stopped falling in time for the morning commute.
The snow then moved south to Pueblo County. where it continued through the morning. The National Weather Service reports 20 inches of snow in San Isabel, 14 inches in Rye, and 13 inches in Beulah.
TONIGHT: The rest of the clouds clear out and we’ll have a cold night with teens and 20s over the plains and mountains.
EXTENDED: We will warm back up under sunshine through the start of the weekend. By Sunday we’ll watch another shot of chilly air build in with slight snow chances possible each day through the start of next week. There are a lot of questions with the evolution of the pattern early next week and we’ll keep working on the details.