Rain and Snow Showers Coming to an End

By: Chief Meteorologist Brian Bledsoe Email
By: Chief Meteorologist Brian Bledsoe Email

A few more snow showers will remain possible in mountain communities tonight. However, they will be light and pretty few and far between. Another focus for rain showers will be east of I-25 on the Southeast Plains. Otherwise, it will remain cloudy with some areas of fog developing late.

Your Tuesday will probably start out cloudy or foggy, with some patchy light rain, drizzle or flurries. Drier air should move in shortly after sunrise, leading to partial sunshine and warmer afternoon temperatures (50s, 60s). Best shot for rain on Tuesday will reside in the mountains and on a very isolated basis.


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  • by Academy on May 7, 2012 at 06:33 AM
    I work at the worlds finest United States Air Force Academy and theres snow up here! Great contrast to the weather I enjoyed on my motorcycle this weekend! Love Colorado!
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