11 Breaking Weather Team Forecast Discussion
Sunday, December 21st
Cloud cover will continue to increase across SE Colorado through our Sunday evening and moisture arrives from the W. Overnight snowfall will be possible for the Pikes Peak Region and mountains.
Snowfall will continue through the day on Monday. This looks to be a tricky forecast to nail down... but models suggest locally heavy snowfall will be possible as heavy bands of snow move through. STAY TUNED in the coming days for updates. Monday will also be colder in the 30s and 40s.
Tuesday through Christmas Eve look fairly calm with temps gradually returning to the 40s and 50s.
Christmas Day will be dry for most across SE Colorado but we are tracking a system to arrive late on Thursday. The best chance for snow on Christmas will be across W Colo. and over the mountains W of I-25... Areas East of I-25 could see some light snowfall Thursday night but the brunt of this system looks to pass to the N.
Friday will also offer the chance for snow showers to SE Colorado, but it doesn't look to be anything significant.
The tail end of next week looks to bring a cool down to the 30s!
- Average High: 42
- Average Low: 17
- Record High/Year: 69/2010
- Record Low/Year: -13/1983
- Date: Saturday, December 20th
- Sunrise: 7:13am
- Sunset: 4:40pm
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