Apr 5, 2014 7:24 PM by John Dissauer
As expected, scattered rain and snow showers have moved in to southern Colorado Saturday afternoon. Snow seems to be confined above 7,000 feet. Below, it has been light rain with an occasional snowflake mixed in.
Showers will be possible throughout the overnight hours, especially south of El Paso County and over the Plains of southeat Colorado. While temperatures drop overnight, there could be a period where the rain changes over to light snow, but not accumulation is expected below 7,000 feet.
Winter Weather Advisories continue for the Wet Mountains, the Sange de Cristo Mountains and Pikes Peak through 6am MT Sunday. Areas within the advisory could pick up 4" to as much as 8" of snow.
SATURDAY NIGHT FORECAST:
Cloudy skies with scattered showers and snow showers. Lows will be in the 30°s. (Colorado Springs: 33° | Pueblo: 35°)
Cloudy skies. Scattered showers, especially before noon, will be possible throughout southern Colorado. Highs will be in the 40°s to 50°s. (Colorado Springs: 49° | Pueblo: 53°) - Meteorologist John Dissauer