Colorado Springs, Colorado 2022-05-21 20:54:28 –
Tonight’s weather forecast:
Occasional light snow should continue as the heaviest belts are found in the valleys of the upper Arkansas and in parts of the Fremont, Teller, and El Paso counties. These areas remain under winter storm warnings and winter weather forecasts until midnight.
After midnight, a second snow surge is expected to move around the same area. Some places are cold enough to collect a few more inches of snowfall at night. Another story is the unseasonable cold forecast. Freezing warnings were issued at night in parts of El Paso and Huerfano counties. In some areas, there may be concerns about sensitive vegetation and damage to the irrigation system.
Colorado Springs Forecast: Low: 30; expensive: 50; It is cold, it snows all night, and light accumulates throughout the Pikes Peak area. Sundays can be quite warm, with showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon.
Pueblo Forecast: Low: 33; expensive: 59; It can snow, especially in the area north of Highway 50. Sunday afternoons are warmer than today, with showers and thunderstorms scattered throughout the afternoon.
Canon City Forecast: low: 34; expensive: 55; Snow continues to fall in Fremont County tonight, with more snow possible at night. The weather forecast for Sunday will be warmer and it will rain in the afternoon.
Woodland Park Forecast: low: twenty five; expensive: 44; Snow can last from overnight hours to early Sunday morning, with an additional 1-4 inches of snow in Teller County.
Trilakes Forecast: low: 20’s; expensive: 40s / 50s; It may snow several times tonight, and a second light snowfall is expected after midnight. By early Sunday morning, the snow will gradually decrease. The rest of tomorrow can be sprinkled with showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon, with occasional snow.
Plain Prediction: low: 30s; expensive: 60s; Several showers tonight give way to the dry sky after midnight. The forecast for Sunday is windy and warm, with several showers and thunderstorms by the afternoon.
Forecast for Walsenberg and Trinidad: low: 20s / 30s; expensive: 50 seconds / 60 seconds; Snow showers may continue to fall from overnight to early Sunday morning. The rest of tomorrow is much milder and less unstable, except that there can be several showers and thunderstorms during the afternoon hours.
Mountain Prediction: Low: 10 seconds / 20 seconds; expensive: 40s; Winter weather recommendations and winter storm warnings remain valid in the mountains until midnight. Another uproar is expected to move across the mountains on Sunday afternoon. It gets a little warmer and can be mixed with rain and snow until tomorrow evening.
Extended outlook forecast:
Periods of vigorous weather will continue until early next week as a series of storms travel across southern Colorado. Mondays’ highs are warmer, culminating in the 1950s and 1960s, with showers and thunderstorms in the afternoons and evenings. There is a high probability of rain and thunderstorms on Tuesdays. It’s only a few days, but it seems to be damp. Snow can also mix with rain over 8,000-9,000 feet and can affect winter weather in parts of Teller County.
Dry weather will return late next week, and due to rising temperatures and gusts, Friday’s forecast could return fire alerts to parts of southern Colorado.
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