Last Update: Nov. 16 – 4:30 PM
TONIGHT: Locally we’ll see a chance for rain to start and a late night change to snow. The forecast does not look too favorable for a good round of snow for anyone. Best chances for snow will be in our higher elevations and along the SE mountains with accumulations there topping out at 2″ on the high end for most. Winds will be gusty after sunset, with occasional 35MPH gusts, especially for eastern areas.
SUNDAY: The system will be a quick mover and we will see clearing by sunrise on Sunday, with a few showers lingers in the far eastern Plains. The cloud deck will also pull away, allowing for a mostly sunny day across southern Colorado. Highs Sunday will be cooler, in the 40s and 50s.
EXTENDED: We will gradually warm up at the start of our work week. Highs mostly return to the 50s and 60s through mid-week. There’s some uncertainty on timing of our snow chances but starting Wednesday PM expect a sharp drop in temperatures with snow chances each day through Friday. Highs eventually reach the 20s and 30s! Stay with us as we watch this.