TONIGHT: Partly cloudy and cold overnight... with snow developing in the mountains. Morning lows will dip into the 20s.
FRIDAY: A slushy, wet snow will be off and on through the day Friday from morning until evening. A quick burst of heavy snow that could briefly reduce visibility will develop in the morning as the front moves through before more snow showers are possible into the afternoon and evening. Expect most of the accumulations on grassy surfaces for most of the daypart before a few slick roads possible after sunset Friday as a second surge of cold air and snow pushes in.
Winter weather advisory in effect for higher terrain areas in northern El Paso county and Teller county for Friday. 2-4" of snow likely with heavy bursts of snow at times reducing visibility.
WEEKEND: Clearing skies expected by the weekend. Much colder Saturday with highs in the 30s and windchills in the 20's. Sunday will still feature sunny skies but a touch warmer in the 30's and 40's