Overnight: Currently, a strong cold front is dropping through Wyoming and Nebraska(as well as much of the northern portion of the US) that is headed towards Colorado. Cold frontal passage will happen after midnight which will have a few effects. The most drastic will be the temperature change, high temperatures today were at 65, tomorrow we'll be lucky to hit 30. So most spots along the I-25 corridor and SE Colorado will see a 30-40 degree swing in high temperatures. Isolated rain light rain showers possible from 11pm-1am, as temperatures continue to cool, the rain will change over to a freezing drizzle(biggest concern for commuters). A thin glaze of ice will be possible on the roads early Monday morning. The freezing drizzle will give way to light snow flurries from 6am-10am approximately. Low temperatures in El Paso County to about 20 degrees. Snow accumulations will be less than 1" for the vast majority of our viewing area. This is not a snow event. It's an ice and cold temperature event.
Monday afternoon: Turning mostly sunny after 1pm with temperatures staying cool, high of 27 in Colorado Springs.