While most of Tuesday will be just fine, expect snow to develop by the afternoon/evening drive. This is especially true north of HWY 50 and across the Pikes Peak Region. Steadier and heavier snow will be possible later Tuesday night into early Wednesday. Expect some light accumulations, but enough to make for a slick drive Wednesday morning. For the very latest forecast, click on the "Weather" tab.
Christmas Eve looks cold and mainly quiet, so no real problems should exist. Christmas Day will be cold and a bit windy. Highs will only manage the 20's to near 30. Again, it will feel MUCH COLDER when you factor in the wind. While snow doesn't look to be much of a factor, a few flurries or a light snow shower will be possible. However, accumulating snow DOES NOT look like a big deal.
Quiet and GRADUALLY warmer weather will take hold this weekend through early next week.
Have a Merry Christmas everyone!
Chief Meteorologist Brian Bledsoe