Colorado Springs, Colorado 2021-02-23 20:41:47 –
Tonight’s weather forecast:
A cold front passes through southern Colorado tonight, and the warm weather we saw today suddenly ends. Behind the front, weak easterly winds and low levels of humidity increase are projected to increase the likelihood of low clouds, fog, and freezing drizzles. A winter weather advisory was issued from 11:00 pm to cover the possibility of sub-zero precipitation. It was so warm today that it can only stick to hills such as bridges and elevated roads. Still, be prepared for a smooth place to commute on Wednesday morning.
Colorado Springs: Low: twenty three; high: 32. The Pikes Peak area is subject to winter weather recommendations due to possible light icing and freezing drizzle until 11:00 am on Wednesday. The second winter weather recommendation will come into effect at 5 pm when it snows. The snow lasts until Thursday morning.
Pueblo: Low: 28; high: 38. As with Springs, the fog can freeze from tonight to Wednesday morning. When the second half of the storm arrives, it will snow by Wednesday afternoon and evening.
Canon City: Low: twenty four; high: 39. A slow cold front can cause freezing drizzle in parts of Fremont County on Wednesday. Then, late Wednesday, the main part of the storm arrives, and when it snows between 5 and 8 pm, it snows.
Woodland Park: Low: 18; high: 34. In Teller County on Wednesday, icing drizzles are not expected to be a problem. Snow is a hot topic in our area from late Wednesday afternoon to early Thursday.
Try Lake: Low: 10 seconds / 20 seconds; high: 30s. After a gorgeous and mild Tuesday, the forecast is expected to change significantly from tonight as the cold front offers the possibility of freezing drizzle. More intense storms will continue on Wednesday, with more snow by Wednesday afternoon.
Hirano: Low: 10 seconds / 20 seconds; high: Forties. It gets quite cold on Wednesday, but you need to stay dry across the plains at least until Wednesday evening. It is not expected that snow will accumulate until late Wednesday night.
Walsenberg / Trinidad: Low: 20’s; high: Forties. On Wednesday, icing drizzles may occur far south of Huerfano County, but are not expected to reach the Trinidad region. Snow develops by Wednesday evening and can last until Thursday morning.
Mountain: Low: 0 seconds / 10 seconds; high: 20’s. In the mountains of southern Colorado, winter weather recommendations come into effect from 5 pm Wednesday and continue until 11 am Thursday. At peak storms, it can be difficult to cross higher passes.
The snow lasts until Thursday morning and it snows during the day. The total snow is very impressive throughout the display area of News 5, especially around the Pikes Peak area.
Thursday night lows will be cold behind the storm. Friday’s forecast will bring the sunshine back and the highs will be mild throughout southern Colorado. Warming is expected on Saturdays, but on Sundays light storms can cause temperatures to drop by about 10 degrees Celsius, with light snowfall in some areas.
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