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Last Update: January 24th, 6:30 AM

MONDAY: Monday will start sunny but by late afternoon clouds will increase as the next front takes aim at Colorado. We’ll still have a nice afternoon, with temps reaching in the 40s to low 50s again. There will also be more a breeze through the afternoon and evening as the system approaches. Snow will move into northern Colorado on Monday night, but will hold off for areas south of I-70.

TONIGHT: Clouds increase across the region and after 4 a.m. some snow will start to move into northern Teller and El Paso Counties. If you’re travelling to Denver early Tuesday, expect a wintry commute up to the Mile High City. Lows in the teens and 20s for most.

TUESDAY: Snow will spread south across the area through the morning and last through the afternoon. Northern areas may see a decrease in the intensity and coverage in the back part of the day. Highs will mainly be in the 20s and 30s on Tuesday with most highs occurring prior to lunchtime. This isn’t a storm that brings a lot of wind or blowing snow with it, but travel conditions as a generality will deteriorate through the day into the evening for the areas that get a couple inches or more. Travel between Colorado Springs and Pueblo and Cañon City through La Junta will be least impacted as these will be the areas with lightest accumulation.

TUESDAY NIGHT: Snow will continue into the evening, decreasing over northern areas pretty quick and ending from north to south by sunrise Wednesday, except near the New Mexico and Oklahoma lines where it may take until 8 or 9 a.m.

EXTENDED: Wednesday we’ll be in between 2 systems and it will be a pretty nice day after a frigid morning. Afternoon highs rebound into 40 for most of southern Colorado under a good deal of sun. We’re watching Thursday for another system to bring cooler air and snow chances to the state. Stick with us for the latest as we track it!

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