Tonight: Light snow flurries are possible overnight in Colorado Springs and up into Teller County. Accumulation totals will be quite minimal at less than an inch for all central Colorado cities. Low temperatures running on the cold side, reaching 21 degrees in Colorado Springs and 26 in Pueblo.
Wednesday: Staying cloudy through the day which will really help to cap high temperatures from warming very much, to 39 degrees in Colorado Springs and 46 in Pueblo. Isolated to scattered snow flurries are possible during the afternoon and evening, again with low accumulations expected.
Extended: The sunshine will finally start to come out a bit for the end of the work week. Although scattered afternoon showers and isolated thunderstorms are possible Thursday/Friday. Looking at a gorgeous weekend ahead as high pressure builds into the state. High temperatures will warm back into the 60s and 70s with mostly sunny skies.
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