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Friday Evening Forecast; Weather Alert Night for light snow

Summary: Our Friday storm will depart early Saturday, and moisture will slowly be drawn away with it. But for Friday night, light snow will continue in pockets, and where it falls most steady, roads and sidewalks will be slippery…into early Saturday.

Skies will begin to clear up later Saturday, with mostly fair weather will develop at night…on through Sunday & Monday. There’s a reason mostly. It’s a bit of an odd situation for southern border counties. The tail end of the moisture gets pulled back across this region, and a little new moisture cuts in from the western border counties, so that flurries likely persist Sunday, until early Monday. Less than an inch, but worth noting there.

TRI-LAKES: Low – 21, High – 33.  Light snow tonight. Flurries early Saturday, then breaks in the overcast.

WOODLAND PARK: Low – 22, High – 32.  Light snow tonight. Flurries early Saturday, then breaks in the overcast.

COLORADO SPRINGS:Low – 25, High – 38  Occasional light snow tonight. Flurries early Saturday, then breaks in the overcast.

CANON CITY: Low: – 27. High – 40.  Light snow tonight. Flurries early Saturday, then breaks in the overcast.

PUEBLO: Low –28, High – 42.  Light snow tonight. Flurries early Saturday, then breaks in the overcast.

PLAINS: Low – 29, High – 42. Light snow tonight. Flurries early Saturday, then breaks in the overcast.

WALSENBURG/TRINIDAD: Low – 26, High – 40. Light snow tonight. Flurries early Saturday, then breaks in the overcast.

EXTENDED OUTLOOK:  Fair weather Sunday through Wednesday, but, not exactly “sunny”. High clouds will frequently mask the skies. Temps will rebound, into the 40s and 50s.

Jeff Matthews

Jeff Matthews

KOAA Meteorologist
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