Tonight: Entering into a quiet weather pattern this evening that will carry through the first half of this workweek. Mostly clear skies overnight with temperatures down to 37 in Colorado Springs and 39 in Pueblo. Light winds and no chance of precipitation for Central/Southern Colorado.
Monday: Mostly clear skies with temperatures warming up to 62 in Colorado Springs and just an overall beautiful fall-like day.
Tuesday: Southwesterly flow kicks in pushing temperatures 15-20 degrees above average for mid-November. Low 70s across the I-25 corridor is likely with increasing cloud coverage through the day, stopping temperatures just short of record highs. No precipitation chances but a cold front will be knocking on the doorstep late Tuesday night.
Extended: Looking at an active mid to late week forecast. Scattered rain showers will be likely Wednesday in most Colorado valley locations as temperatures will be slightly too warm to support snowfall in the lower elevations. Moderate to heavy snowfall will be possible in the higher elevations. As colder air will continue to be transported into the state late Wednesday, the precipitation will change over to along the I-25 corridor on Thursday morning. Model runs are continuing to zero in on snowfall totals, at the moment Colorado Springs will likely see 1-2" of accumulation during the day Thursday. Higher totals will be possible in Douglas County and into the mountains. Stay tuned during the week for changes in the snow accumulation forecast.