Wednesday Afternoon, October 23rd
Changes move in for the second half of the afternoon and evening. Clouds will continue to develop as cold air surges in from the north. Expect a heavy band of snowfall as well between 3-6 PM. This initial burst of snow will continue to move south with steadier band of light to moderate snow behind throughout the evening and overnight hours. The heaviest of the snow will fall between midnight and 6 am in the Pikes Peak region.
Snow will taper from north to south beginning Thursday morning in the Pikes Peak Region through Thursday afternoon for the Southern I-25 corridor. Heaviest snow along HWY 50 and points south will be Thursday early morning through the early afternoon.
Keep in mind, snow banding is likely so we will see isolated higher totals depending on where those snow bands set up.
CO SPRINGS: 4-8” (higher totals north and west)
W. PARK/MONUMENT/BLACK FOREST: 6-12”
FALCON//W. SIDE: 5-10"
TRINIDAD/SW MTNS: 10-14"
Dry and mild weather returns for the weekend. Temperatures manage the 50s and 60s with a bit of a breeze. Another cool down arrives Sunday with highs dropping to the 20s and 30s. Snow showers are also possible. We'll be watching it for you.