Thursday Night, March 21st
A storm system will start impacting Southern Colorado late tonight, and will linger through Friday night. Rain showers will be possible on the Southeast Plains overnight, before clearing in the morning. For areas farther west, best rain chances will occur Friday afternoon. Some thunder is likely too, and some hail, gusty wind, heavy rain, and lightning will be possible with the stronger thunderstorms. Most of those should remain east of I-25...
On Friday night, some wet snow is likely for areas to the north and northeast of Colorado Springs. While it likely won't be much, a few inches coupled with gusty wind could make travel challenging along HWY 24 toward Limon on Friday night.
The storm exits Southern Colorado on Saturday morning, but we will still be a bit windy on Saturday. Temperatures will climb into the 50s and 60s, but it likely won't feel quite as warm.
Changes arrive on Sunday with more shower chances. Rain will likely transition over to snow Sunday night. As of right now, the system looks to be out of here by Monday morning. Again, a few inches of snow will be possible in Teller County and along the Palmer Divide. We'll be watching it for you...
Most of next week looks drier and warmer.