Sunday, December 15th
A band of heavy snow will set up shortly after sunrise on Sunday along and south of HWY 50. We will see a mainly dry start to the day on Sunday outside of a few flurries for the Pikes Peak region.
Widespread snow is expected by midday and will continue throughout the afternoon and evening hours. Bands of snow will set up, meaning there will be areas that see locally higher snow totals. This is NOT a downsloping snow system, so the highest snowfall totals will NOT be on the Palmer Divide this time around.
Snow will continue overnight Sunday into Monday. The storm has slowed slightly which means the Monday AM commute WILL be impacted. Everyone will see snow taper by mid-morning Monday. Here's what we're looking at by the time it's all said and done:
Colorado Springs: 3-6"
Canon City: 5-9"
Woodland Park: 4-8"
Monument/Palmer Divide: 3-6"
Eastern Plains: 2-5"
Mountains SW of Pueblo: 8-16" (depending on elevation)
We stay brutally cold all of next week with lows in the single digits and highs only managing the 20s and 30s through midweek. We will warm slightly into the end of next week.