Today: Starting off the morning with mostly sunny skies and temperatures in the mid-20s in Colorado Springs and Pueblo with light winds. The patchy fog that was being recorded along HWY 50 early this morning has lifted and is no longer causing travel issues. The main weather story today along I-25 will be the slight increase in winds, gusts from 20-25mph are expected which will make it a chilly day as temperatures will only reach 44 degrees in Colorado Springs and 46 in Pueblo. Winter Weather Advisories start at 8pm tonight for the Sangre de Cristo mountains and the higher elevations of western Chaffee and Gunnison Counties as moderate to heavy snowfall is anticipated above 10,000ft.
Extended: Slight warming of temperatures for Monday, back into the 50s and 60s for Colorado valley locations. Keep an eye on Monday night into Tuesday morning as much of the moisture that is responsible for the Winter Weather Advisories will track eastward towards Colorado Springs and the Palmer Divide. Isolated rain showers will change over to snow flurries by early Tuesday, with minimal accumulation in the Colorado Springs metro area. Best spots for a few inches of snowfall are areas above 7,000ft. Wet and snow dusted roads will make for a slipperly Tuesday morning commute.
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