Colorado Springs, Colorado 2021-10-31 19:21:48 –
Tonight’s weather forecast:
Fog and damp conditions will persist throughout the Pikes Peak region tonight. Drive especially carefully tonight to avoid ghosts and ninjas doing trick-or-treating, as some neighborhoods are still sucked in. Weak disturbances moving from the mountains can result in quick-passing showers in the Pikes Peak region, Fremont County, and the mountains, but these showers are fairly isolated in nature. This should make the sky partially cloudy by Monday morning and clear some of the fog after midnight.
Colorado Springs: Low: 29; high: 49. After a cloudy and cold Halloween, Monday will be at least 10 degrees warmer due to the mixture of sun and clouds during the day. At night, weak disturbances coming from the northern part of the state bring the possibility of an isolated shower to our forecast.
Pueblo: Low: 31; high: 55. The first day of November is partially sunny and cool. If a weak front enters the forecast late Monday night, it can cause drizzle or light rain.
Canon City: Low: 35; high: 54. Dry and chilly during the day, followed by showers and showers late Monday night.
Woodland Park: Low: 29; high: 47. With the chilly start of the month and working week in Teller County, and their chilly temperatures, it can snow several times on Monday evening.
Try Lake: Low: 20’s; high: 30s / 40s. The forecast for Monday is quite cold this time of the year, but at least a little warmer than Sunday. The weak disturbances on Monday evening offer some isolated shower possibilities, where rain turns into snow, but there isn’t much water to work with.
Hirano: Low: 30s; high: 40s / 50s. Monday is a much brighter day than I saw today. Another weak disturbance brings the possibility of drizzle or isolated rain in some areas, mainly after midnight.
Walsenberg / Trinidad: Low: 20 seconds / 30 seconds; high: 50’s. The sun and clouds mix during the day, and drizzle and light rain can occur by late Monday night.
Mountain: Low: 20’s; high: 30s / 40s. Mondays are mostly cloudy and can have some snow in the afternoons and evenings, but mainly along Highway 50 and in the area north of it.
From Tuesday afternoon to Wednesday, we continue to monitor the extended forecast for the most likely rain and snow. Snow levels by Tuesday night can drop to nearly 6,000 feet, and several inches of snow can occur in Teller County and parts of the Pikes Peak region. The impact should be negligible, but Wednesday mornings are smooth and can be covered with snow in some areas. By Thursday, drier weather is expected to return to the plains and the working week in southern Colorado is expected to end warmly.
Sun & clouds return Monday, with a few evening showers possible Source link Sun & clouds return Monday, with a few evening showers possible