Our next storm system will move into Southern Colorado Wednesday night. Ahead of it, increasing clouds and some cooler temps. Highs will be in the 50s, still mild for Mid December.
By late Wednesday and early Thursday morning, snowfall will develop from north to south along the I-25 corridor. This won't be a significant snowfall, but it wouldn't be surprising to see an inch or so for Monument up to Teller County and a dusting in Colorado Springs. Areas along the Southern I-25 corridor like Walsenburg/Trinidad could also pick up an inch or so, with better accumulations in the Sangres.
For the Pikes Peak Region, snowfall should be winding down for the morning drive, but a few leftover icy spots are possible. Snow will still be ongoing for Southern I-25 Corridor before organized snow winds down by Midday. We can't rule out a few rain/snow showers Thursday afternoon. We will all notice a BIG cool down for Thursday with highs in the 40s.
We rebound with sun and mild temps on Friday in the 50s and 60s before we track our next system into the weekend. This will bring some additional light snow and a BIG cool down again Saturday into Sunday. Temps this weekend will fall from the 40s & 50s into the 30s and 40s for Sunday.