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    Late night showers before sunshine returns Sunday – Colorado Springs, Colorado

    Colorado Springs, Colorado 2021-11-20 20:28:00 –

    Tonight’s weather forecast:
    Digging a cyclone valley can cause rain and snow tonight along the Arkansas River valley to the north. As the cold air settles in the Pikes Peak area, there is a good chance of picking up light dust over 7,000 feet of snow. This can create muddy and icy conditions on some roads in Teller County and Palmer Divide. The storm subsides between 1 am and 3 am and remains dry by sunrise.

    Colorado Springs: Low: 27; high: 50. The clouds left at the beginning of Sunday turn into a sunny and enjoyable afternoon.

    Pueblo: Low: 28; high: 55. Sunday will be a little cooler, but it should be a pretty good day as there is more sunshine.

    Canon City: Low: 30; high: 52. Early Sunday Sub-zero temperatures turn into sunny and comfortable afternoons, as daytime highs should be below 50 degrees Celsius.

    Woodland Park: Low: 20; high: 43. From light dust to 1 inch of snow, it’s possible anywhere in Teller County until late tonight. By Sunday morning, the snow will be gone and the sunshine and chilly heights will remain.

    Try Lake: Low: 20’s; high: Forties. Throughout the Palmer Divide, evening snow showers can bring rapid dust to some areas. By morning the snow will be sunny and Sunday will be sunny and cool.

    Hirano: Low: 20 seconds / 30 seconds; high: 50’s. After a few nightly light rains, we are tracking the cool and mild weather on Sunday. Anticyclone warms up in the 1950s.

    Walsenberg / Trinidad: Low: 20 seconds / 30 seconds; high: 40s / 50s. Some clouds left early on Sunday quickly turn into sunlight, weak winds, and pleasant but cool temperatures by the afternoon.

    Mountain: Low: 10 seconds; high: 20s / 30s. The snow shower lasts all night, with several inches of snow in both the central mountains and the high-altitude areas north of Highway 50. The forecast for Sunday will be dry and chilly.

    Expanded outlook:
    When the anticyclone returns early next week, the sunshine will be warmer than average. Increased wind and ultra-dry air increase the potential for fire weather risks in parts of southern Colorado. This is followed by a more dynamic storm system on Wednesday. This could finally bring the first real chance of snow to the I-25 Corridor and Plains this season. By the early morning of Thanksgiving, the storm is over and this year’s Turkish day will be a dry sky and chilly highs.

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