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Colorado s Governor Visits Colorado Springs Wednesday

Colorado's Governor Visits Colorado Springs Wednesday

Local economy, future of Fort Carson are main speech topics at luncheon.

Rachael s Wednesday Forecast

Rachael's Wednesday Forecast

Big weather changes arrive yet this week, with a temperature drop and a chance for snow!

Abby s Wednesday Afternoon Forecast

Abby's Wednesday Afternoon Forecast

Overnight lows will drop to the 20s and 30s across southern Colorado under partly to mostly cloudy skies. In the meantime, winds are blustery; however, highs are comfortable - in the 50s and 60s! The next chance for snow comes Friday.

Abby s Early Wednesday Forecast

Abby's Early Wednesday Forecast

Highs will range in the 50s and 60s with clouds and breezy winds. These factors will make temperatures feel cooler; however, highs will still be well above average! Snow arrives in the lower elevations by Friday. Flurries are anticipated today for the central mountains.

CSFD Juvenile playing with lighter started fire

CSFD: Juvenile playing with lighter started fire

CSFD: Juvenile playing with lighter started Stratton Meadows Open Space fire

Rachael s Late Tuesday Forecast

Rachael's Late Tuesday Forecast

We are tracking a big weather change moving in later this week, with high temperatures taking a 30 to 40 degree temperature hit.

Rachael s Tuesday Forecast

Rachael's Tuesday Forecast

The weather pattern changes later this week, with snow arriving in southern Colorado by Friday.

Abby s Tuesday Afternoon Forecast

Abby's Tuesday Afternoon Forecast

Overnight lows will be relatively comfortable, ranging in the 30s for most under partly cloudy skies. Winds may be a bit breezy at times which will make temperatures feel cooler. We're tracking a bit of a cooldown with increasing clouds on Wednesday.

Abby s Early Tuesday Forecast

Abby's Early Tuesday Forecast

Highs today will be way above-average - reaching the 60s and 70s under mostly sunny skies. There will be a few more clouds and some breezy winds, so temperatures may actually feel cooler.


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