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Friday afternoon forecast: Cold remains with flurries possible

Today’s Forecast:
Cold today, but no where near as cold as yesterday! Arctic high pressure slides east and we get a slightly warmer, east southeast wind to bring warmer air into the state. Snow showers are possible down on the southern border and across the southern mountains, but most of us should be dry other than a few snow flakes or non-accumulating flurries.

COLORADO SPRINGS: High – 38; Low – 17. Mostly cloudy, cold, with a few snow flakes possible due to up slope winds.

PUEBLO: High – 39; Low – 16. Mostly cloudy, cold with light flurries possible from up slope winds.

CANON CITY: High – 40; Low – 22. Mostly cloudy, cold, with a few snow flakes possible.

WOODLAND PARK: High – 36; Low – 15. Mostly cloudy and cold with light winds.

TRI-LAKES: High – 30s; Low – 10s. Mostly cloudy and cold with light winds.

PLAINS: High – 30s; Low – 10s. Mostly cloudy, cold with light flurries possible from up slope winds.

WALSENBURG/TRINIDAD: High – 30s; Low – 10s. Mostly cloudy, cold with light snow possible in Las Animas and Baca counties, as well as the southern mountains of the Sangres.


EXTENDED OUTLOOK:
Sunshine returns this weekend and so does warmer air! Don’t expect a HUGE warm up, but highs will generally push back into the mid 40s through the weekend. The warmest air of the extended forecast lands on Monday and Tuesday with highs back into the 50s under sunny skies. A snow system is possible by next Thursday, but don’t get your hopes too high as most of the snow looks to fall east out by the midwest.

Sam Schreier

Sam Schreier

Sam Schreier is a meteorologist at KOAA in Colorado Springs Email: sschreier@koaa.com
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