Tuesday, December 6th
MUCH colder air will dominate Southern Colorado today. High temperatures will only manage the 20s and lower 30s at lower elevations, with mainly teens in the mountains. Most of the day will be snow free too, we'll see plenty of sunshine through most of the morning. The best chance for a little snow arrives late in the afternoon and evening. Not everyone will see snow from this wintry change. The mountains will see the most, with area around the Pikes Peak Region and Palmer Divide picking up a bit too.
Snowfall Potential Late Tuesday Through Early Wednesday:
Woodland Park and Cripple Creek: 1-4"
Monument, Black Forest, Calhan: 1-3"
Co Springs, Falcon, Security, Fountain: 0-2"
Pueblo and Canon City: No accumulation
The Wednesday morning commute will likely be a bit slick for those areas that do see snow. Another round of snow showers may occur Wednesday afternoon and evening. Light accumulation is also possible around the Pikes Peak Region from that second round. However, it doesn't look like a huge deal...
Cold air remains in place through Thursday, before we warm things back up for the weekend.