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Wind, rain, and even snow headed to Colorado tonight

Tonight: Winds increasing through the evening forecast as a cold front will move south through Colorado tonight. High Wind Warnings are in effect for El Paso County and across the eastern plains overnight as the frontal passage will produce 50-60mph wind gusts. Scattered rain showers along the lower elevations will likely start after 10pm while areas along the Palmer divide and up into Teller County will see snow. Minimal snow accumulation is expected, but don't be surprised to see an inch or two in localized areas.

Tuesday: Rain showers with wind gusts to 45mph to start the day along I-25. Keep in mind, temperatures will be in the low 40s, making for an incredibly blustery morning. Gradually turning partly/mostly sunny by mid-afternoon. Temperatures to 65 Degrees in Colorado Springs and 73 in Pueblo. Winds will remain gusty through the day.

Extended: Weather conditions will calm significantly through the mid-week forecast. Temperatures returning to the 80s and 90s in southeastern Colorado with plenty of sunshine during the daytime hours and minimal precipitation chances till Friday night.

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Sam Postich

Sam is a weekend meteorologist for KRDO. Learn more about Sam here.