TONIGHT: Rain will continue changing to snow and spread from north to south. After midnight, snow will be reaching the New Mexico border. Accumulations also look to be greatest overnight as temperatures continue dropping to the 20s and 30s. Roads will be impacted the most in the higher elevations and where heavy snow bursts occur. Wind gusts into the 30s could create areas of blowing snow and reduced visibility. Best opportunities of seeing higher snow accumulations will be in the higher terrain through Teller County (3-6"), mountain cities and along the Palmer Divide (2-4"). The Sangres and the Wets will see the most snow of all (6-8+"). Places there over 10,000 feet will likely end up with places of 12"+. Colorado Springs and Canon City will likely see 1-3" on grassy areas. Pueblo will end up with 1-2" on grassy surfaces.
TOMORROW: A Weather Alert Day continues as snow will be ongoing in most areas through the morning commute. Slick roadways will be possible especially early. Snow will end from north to south in the Pikes Peak region through the mid morning hours. Snow continues through the afternoon along the southern I-25 corridor with a rain/snow mix over the Eastern Plains. Temps stay cool with highs in the 30s and 40s.
EXTENDED: Another weak system moves in Wednesday and Thursday which brings chances for a few spotty showers. Very light accumulations look possible. We dry things out behind that and warm up slightly into Easter Weekend. Easter Sunday could bring a few showers but it is still early. Stay with KRDO for the latest forecast.