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Marty’s Sunday Morning Forecast – 1/26/2020

Overview:  We're tracking a couple of upper-level waves that will affect the state during the workweek. Right now it appears that we'll have a chance for at least some scattered rain and snow showers on Monday with another chance for some snow for parts of the area on Wednesday.

Today:  Partly cloudy with less wind and high temperatures in the 40s and 50s again for most areas.

Tonight:  Partly cloudy with low temperatures in the 20s to lower 30s for most areas. Snow showers will develop over the ski resorts late as a weak upper-level system begins to drift over the state.

Extended:  We are tracking an upper-level system that will bring colder air and at least scattered rain and snow showers to parts of the area on Monday. Currently, it appears that most of the accumulating snow will fall over the ski resorts on Monday where some areas may receive a few inches of snow, but we cannot yet rule out some bursts of snow locally that may briefly whiten at least the cooler surfaces around the higher terrain. For Monday it appears that the mountains to the southwest of Pueblo stand the best chance at receiving at least a few inches of snow.  Tuesday should be dry and cool but another upper-level system will bring areas of snow to the state on Wednesday.  Best we can tell the chances for accumulating snow on Wednesday will be best over the higher terrain surrounding Colorado Springs and/or Pueblo but all areas will be breezy and colder again. Another weak cold front may clip the area on Friday before a warming trend settles in by next weekend.

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Marty Venticinque

Marty is a weekend morning meteorologist for KRDO.