Forecast: Rain, snow expected this weekend in Colorado Springs

Elias Hubbard
April 8, 2018

This means that many locations that saw snow today, specifically folks from Missoula and areas south will see rain beginning during the early to mid morning hours.

Just in case you haven't seen any, here you go. A cold front will cross the region this morning. Sunshine will only boost our temperatures into the low 40s in the afternoon which is 20 degrees below average.

Tomorrow night: Partly cloudy. 1"-2" inches of rainfall, with locally higher amounts is possible.

Sunday's forecast calls for temperatures in the 30s, with a chance of snow. "Accumulation will be limited to less than 1". Safe to say - many of us are longing for warmer days and more springtime sunshine. You'll be able to get to where you're going, but your commute could be a bit slick and ultimately slower due to the rain/snow mix. Downed trees, power lines and power outages possible. Since the snow lingers for a while Sunday night and Monday morning, there's enough time for the light showers to pile up a little.

This system is a quick mover and will make its way across Montana Saturday, first impacting Central Montana around Noon.

Will we feel any warmer temperatures? Looks like a soggy and chilly start to the work week.

The highs in Queenstown and Wanaka on Tuesday are between 6 and 8 degrees with a chance of snow falling in both centres.

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