Tuesday, January 28th
Wednesday will start off calm, with cloud cover increasing throughout the day. By the afternoon hours we will see snow showers for the mountains west of I-25. Through the evening hours we will see snow spread east into the Pikes Peak region. Generally, 0-2” will be possible in Teller county and along the Palmer Divide along with the mountains SW of Pueblo. Around the city of Colorado Springs, expect flakes to fly but not much to stick.
Snow continues through the first half of the nighttime hours on Wednesday before wrapping up by Thursday morning.
We will see a mix of sun and clouds with highs in the 40s and low 50s. A few mountain snow showers will be possible late Thursday night, but the chance doesn’t look promising.
The upcoming weekend looks fantastic. We warm into the 60s for highs with a mix of sun and clouds. Wind increases for the second half of the work week. Our next storm chance isn’t until early next week.