Tonight: Remaining partly cloudy this evening with temperatures down to 23 in Colorado Springs and 18 in Pueblo. Light winds and no chance of precipitation overnight.
Monday: Dealing with a relatively pesky mid-level cloud deck throughout the day. Although I do expect sunshine to peek through at times with light westerly winds, helping to warm us up to 60 degrees in El Paso County with HWY 50 locations into the low to mid-60s. Which puts central/southern Colorado about 15 degrees above average for early December. 0% chance of precipitation.
Extended: Temperatures cool off slightly for Tuesday/Wednesday, back to seasonal across the I-25 corridor. Plenty of sunshine during the afternoon hours and staying dry. It's late Wednesday night and early Thursday morning, a weak low-pressure system will graze southern/central Colorado. Bringing rain/snow chances, but as it stands right now, the precipitation will be weak and have minimal impacts.