TONIGHT: In Northern El Paso County/Douglas County the rainfall will transition over to snow flurries close to the evening hours around 6pm with any accumulations remaining very light but still perhaps just enough to coat secondary, untreated roads.
THURSDAY: The cold air will finally stretch into Central/Southern Colorado along with the second wave of moisture. After 8am is when the I-25 corridor and Eastern Colorado will finally start to see the snow. Model runs aren't enthusiastic about snow totals through the day, with most valley locations ranging from 1"-2". Higher accumulations in Teller/Park Counties likely. High temperatures during the daytime a brisk 35 in Colorado Springs.
EXTENDED: A few wrap around snow flurries are likely before noon on Friday then skies will gradually clear out with some filtered sunshine by the afternoon hours. Highs slightly milder in the 30 to low 40's. Seasonal highs in the 50's and 60's expected for the weekend with a return to plenty of sunshine.