TONIGHT: Moderate to heavy snow continues from south of the Springs to Trinidad and east to Lamar through this evening. Snow showers will be ending from north to south overnight. Most places will end up with 2-4" with some spots closer to 5 or 6. 5 to 8" looks likely for the Sangres and Wets. Slick travel is still expected in to early Sunday morning where a Winter Weather Advisory continues until 5 AM. Lows will be in the single digits with wind chills below zero in spots.
TOMORROW: A bitter cold start to Sunday with slick travel still expected from snow covered roads. Snow will be ending with the exception of a few flurries. Clouds will be clearing and temps will be warmer, yet still cold. Highs look to generally make it to the 30s and 40s.
EXTENDED: Temperatures will continue warming Monday with highs in the 40s and 50s. A dry cold front may cool temps slightly for Tuesday. Wednesday looks warm and windy with temps cooling again by late week.