Saturday Evening, March 25th
Overnight, a fast moving storm system will bring another chance for rain and snow across Southern Colorado. This storm will not be nearly as strong as the Friday.
Rain and snow should move into the region after midnight with rain transitioning to snow for Teller County. Wet snowflakes could mix in as well over the Palmer Divide. Accumulations should be limited to the high country with a slushy inch or two possible. Wet weather will gradually shift east throughout by midday. Temps will be limited to the 50s across lower elevations, 40s for the higher terrain.
We dry out Monday with temps rebounding into the 50s and 60s.
Our active storm track continues into next week with another storm impacting us Tuesday - Wednesday. Exact storm track is still up in the air, so stay tuned.
Late week temps remain in the 50s and 60s.