Mar 12, 2014 7:39 AM by Stephen Bowers
After a messy Tuesday afternoon and evening, Wednesday will be on the opposite end of the weather spectrum. High pressure means the sun will shine brightly, but temperatures will be cool behind the cold front that brought Tuesday's snow. Our high temperatures will be in primarily in the mid-to-upper 40's with lower 50's in the mildest areas.
Slow warming continues until the weekend. A weak disturbance could mean some snow in the Southern Sangres early Friday with spotty light rain showers in our far southern areas, like Trinidad, Friday afternoon. The days this weekend will favor the outdoors, including the St. Patrick's Day Parade in Downtown Colorado Springs, but a cold front will bring a quick slap of snow Saturday night and early Sunday morning.