Sunshine returns to the state, but a raw northerly wind will hound morning commuters with gusts up to 30 mph by midday.
Most of Colorado Springs got between 2 and 4 inches of wet snow on Sunday, but since this system didn't bring much cold air with it. Most daytime high temperatures were in the mid to upper 30s, so more areas got rain.
The back of this storm system has whipped up a strong northerly wind. Combined with daytime temperatures in the low 40s, those winds will make it uncomfortably cold for any of us who have to be outdoors for any length of time. Make sure to bundle up the kids if they're waiting for the bus.
Another shot of cold air slides down on Tuesday dropping temperatures down into the upper 30s. There's a slight chance for an afternoon snow shower, but nothing that would leave us with any measurable snowfall.
Temperatures will be back into the upper 40s and 50s by this next weekend.