Saturday, April 29th
**SEE BOTTOM OF PAGE FOR SNOW POTENTIAL GRAPHICS**
Most of the accumulating snow in the Pikes Peak Region will windy down by early Saturday morning. It could come down fast and heavy. In areas where we do see some banded snowfall, expect even higher snowfall amounts than shown below for the Pikes Peak Region. The focus for heavy snow on Saturday and Saturday night will favor areas to the east and southeast of Pueblo.
In addition to deteriorating road conditions, this will be a heavy wet snow for many areas of Southern Colorado. This possibility for tree damage and power outages again will be high. The more snow, the higher the probability. This is especially true along and south of HWY 50 where some of the heaviest snow will fall.
Temperatures will be cold at night, so make sure your exposed (above ground) pipes on your sprinkler system are drained.
By Sunday, wet weather finally pushes east. We'll still be cool and windy... 40s-50s. Monday brings us back to the 60s!
The break from the rain is short lived... Showers return to the forecast early next week.