11 Breaking Weather Team Forecast Discussion
Friday Night, January 30th
Looks like most areas north of HWY 50 will be mainly dry tonight. Locations south of HWY 50 have a better chance for a few rain showers. Locations to the west of Trinidad will see some wet snow too...
Saturday will start out cloudy and cool, but nothing bad for the last day of January. A second, but weaker storm system will move in from the north later in the afternoon. This will provide a better chance for some rain/snow showers in the Pikes Peak Region, that will spread southward in the evening. Right now, the snow doesn't appear to be a big deal. Temperatures will be fairly mild, so roads will likely be mainly wet. The exception could be some lesser traveled roads in Northern El Paso and Teller County, where a few slick spots may develop later Saturday night. That is also highly dependent on getting a better snow band to set up than expected...something we are watching.
Could be a few early morning flurries lingering across the Pikes Peak Region on Sunday, but that should be about it. Not much sunshine, and high temperatures in the 30s to around 40.
Nice warm up to start a new work week...
- Average High: 43
- Average Low: 18
- Record High/Year: 71/1986
- Record Low/Year: -11/1956
- Date: Friday, January 30th
- Sunrise: 7:07am
- Sunset: 5:16pm
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