FRIGID NIGHT AHEAD
TONIGHT: Lingering flurries through the early evening around our local mountain cities then skies gradually clear overnight yielding frigid temps in the high single digits and low teens.
TOMORROW: Partly to mostly sunny skies for southern Colorado . Temps rebound to the 30's and mid-40's across the Pikes Peak region with near 50° possible in some areas along the Arkansas river valley.
EXTENDED: Areas of elevated fire danger will be likely as temps warm and gusty west southwest winds return by Wed and Thursday. Warmer, more seasonal, temps return with highs in the 50's to near 60 degrees by Wed and Thursday. Another storm system will move over the state Thursday night into Friday bringing snow to the high country, and windy and colder conditions to the plains with a chance for at least scattered rain and snow showers.