Last Update: April 21st, 5:45 AM
WEDNESDAY: Another cold start with 20s out the door for most with a few teens over the mountains. There have been a few flurries overnight and those are on the decrease as you head out the door and roads really haven’t been impacted. We’ll be well below average for this time of year into the afternoon with highs in the 30s and 40s for Pueblo off to the northwest. South and east of Pueblo we’ll make it into the 50s today. As the next area of lift approaches from the southwest in the afternoon we’ll see some light rain and snow showers arrive. These will be scattered in nature and will be relatively low impact as far as travel is concerned. Light accumulations of under 1″ of snow will be possible for our higher elevations.
TONIGHT: The showers will stick around through about midnight and then some areas will see some clearing toward morning. Lows will mainly be in the 20s again.
EXTENDED: By Thursday, warmer weather returns as highs make a climb back to the 50s and 60s. This will not necessarily be a dry pattern as the warmer temperatures come with scattered shower and thunderstorm chances along and W of I-25. We stay under an unsettled pattern through the end of the work week.
We warm up with dry weather returning by the weekend! Saturday will be a nice outdoor day before wind and fire danger increase on Sunday. Warmth and drier days should continue into the start of the work week. By Tuesday cooling temperatures and returning moisture are back in the forecast.