Friday, January 20th
Rain and snow showers will continue through the morning... nothing too heavy but some roads might be wet for the commute, some a bit slick where snow managed to stick through the early morning.
There is a slight chance for a second round of showers this afternoon with everything clearing out by the evening. Showers will be spotty at best with the best chances in Teller County and the Palmer Divide and the higher elevations west of I-25. Higher elevations could see light snow while lower elevations could see wet snow flakes or light rain showers. Neither the morning or afternoon showers will make a big impact with all accumulations under an inch.
We'll be mainly dry and cool for the weekend with highs in the 40s and partly cloudy skies. Higher elevations west of I-25 have another chance of spotty showers Saturday. Sunday will be dry.
Our next storm system will move into Colorado at the beginning of next work week. Areas west of I-25 could see showers as early as Monday with better chances for rain/snow on Tuesday. It is still too far out to know details but stay tuned to the forecast.