Feb 28, 2014 6:04 PM by Meteorologist Stephanie Ortmann
Areas of fog and freezing drizzle are possible tonight over the Southeastern Plains thanks to a backdoor cold front that will push in some cold air and moisture from the east. Slippery conditions are possible around areas out east through Saturday morning.
Otherwise, the rest of Southern Colorado will be mostly cloudy overnight with a slight chance of snow over the eastern mountains. The system that brought flooding rain to California Friday will push across the Rockies this weekend bringing wind and a lot of new snow (6 to 36 inches) to the mountains around the Continental Divide. Travel will be hazardous over mountain passes Saturday.
The lower elevations will see mostly cloudy skies through the weekend with isolated rain showers possible Saturday. Colder temperatures Sunday will result in the possibility for isolated snow showers. It'll dry out for the middle of next week as temperatures warm back into the 50s/60s as early as Tuesday.
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