Another round of snow arrives tomorrow

Yet another band of snow arrives on Tuesday that will impact your Tuesday evening and Wednesday morning drive.


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Yet Another Wave of Snow Arrives Tuesday

Yet another band of snow is going to move our way this week, but after this band moves out we'll get some more spring-like weather.

Snow Pictures (Jan. 11 - Jan. 12)

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Viewer pictures of snowfall from Jan. 11 - Jan. 12

More Rain & Snow For Colorado

Rain and snow will return to Colorado on Wednesday.  Snow totals will be minimal for the lower elevations, with several inches expected across the high country.


Rachael's Late Monday

Rachael s Late Monday

Temperatures will drop tomorrow behind a cold front that's going to move in during the morning. Snow arrives later in the afternoon.

Rachael's Monday Forecast

Rachael s Monday Forecast

Temperatures will drop during the day, with snow developing by afternoon.

Abby's Monday Afternoon Forecast

Abby s Monday Afternoon Forecast

Lows should drop to the 20s across southern Colorado under mostly cloudy skies. We could see a few sprinkles along the Front Range between 8-9PM, but beyond that - we anticipate cool & breezy conditions until snow arrives Tuesday afternoon.

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Slideshow: Books In The Colorado Classroom

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Colorado Springs

Normal High:49°
Normal Low:23°
Record High: 71° in 2009
Record Low: -13° in 1943
Sunrise:6:29 am
Sunset:5:54 pm
Moonrise:4:20 pm
Moonset:5:09 am
Today's MoonWaxing gibbous


Normal High:55°
Normal Low:22°
Record High: 77° in 2009
Record Low: -10° in 1943
Sunrise:6:27 am
Sunset:5:53 pm
Moonrise:4:20 pm
Moonset:5:07 am
Today's MoonWaxing gibbous

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