Wednesday will offer more cloud cover and cooler temperatures. By later Wednesday afternoon, rain showers will develop across the Pikes Peak Region and slowly drift southward. Those rain showers will change to snow at higher elevations, and accumulations will be likely. At lower elevations, snow accumulation does not appear to be a big deal. Forecast details can be found under the "Weather" tab.
Another disturbance will swing through Southern Colorado this evening. This could produce some additional snow showers, some of which could be briefly heavy. Right now, the area likely to see one or two of these showers will be over eastern and northeast El Paso County. They should then move southeast into the Arkansas Valley before ending. The snow showes will likely be very spotty, so don't be surprised if you miss out. A quick half-inch to an inch might accumulate with some of the heavier showers, enough to coat the roads and breifly reduce visibilites. Otherwise, it should be a pretty nice and quiet evening.
Chief Meteorologist Brian Bledsoe