Posted: Oct 9, 2009 6:33 AM by Craig Eliot
Updated: Oct 9, 2009 6:33 AM
Areas of fog, freezing fog and cold temps this morning. There have been numerous accidents in northern El Paso County near Woodmen & Powers....also plenty of accidents in and around Denver.
By later today we will see some sunshine and warmer temps. Highs should be about 12-15 degrees warmer than yesterday. The weekend is a completely different story!
Another, stronger cold front from the north will blast in tonight to bring us a wintry weekend. As the front rolls through we'll see a few ares of light snow possible with temps falling sharply.
Tomorrow will be cold, breezy, cloudy, with a chance of snow and highs in the 20's and 30's...the wind chills will make it feel even colder! We will have the chance of areas of light snow starting late tonight into Saturday. We are not expecting any accumulations of significance locally, but there will be a few inches from Denver northward.
Breezy, cool (but not as cold), "unsettled" weather will continue Sunday, with breezes and warmer conditions on Monday. That warming should continue into Tuesday.
You'll find your 5-Day FirstAlert forecast for Colorado Springs, Pueblo and Teller County under the "5-Day Forecast" tab at the top of the page.