Colorado Springs Climate: A Stormy, Snowy Morning Makes Driving Treacherous Colorado Springs Information
Snow is expected before 9 a.m., with stormy winds on Tuesday morning, which ensures slippery roads and poor visibility, predicts the National Weather Service in Pueblo.
Lewis-Palmer District 38 is closed. Several other school districts in southern Colorado are late. You can find the full list here.
Colorado Springs Airport has not yet felt the effects of the snow as all flights are currently listed as on time. You can find the full schedule here.
The remainder of the morning is expected to be cloudy, but the wind and cloud cover will decrease as the day’s progress becomes mostly sunny in the afternoon.
Tuesday’s high hits 31 degrees with winds between 5 and 10 miles per hour, although morning gusts are expected to be between 15 and 20 miles per hour and up to 35 miles per hour.
Nighttime temperatures are likely to drop to 14 degrees with a clear sky.
“Wednesday is going to be a decent day with more sunshine and highs in the 40s,” reported Gazette news partner KKTV. “Are you planning a similar trend for Thursday …”
On Friday you can see snow again.
Here is the rest of this week’s forecast from the National Weather Service:
Wednesday: Sunny with a high of almost 43 degrees and winds between 5 and 10 miles per hour.
Thursday: Partly sunny with a maximum of almost 49 degrees and wind speeds around 8 km / h.
Friday: Mostly sunny with almost 39 degrees wind between 5 and 10 miles per hour. A slight chance for rain and snow showers before 4 p.m., then a slight chance for snow showers.
Saturday: Sunny with a high of almost 45 degrees and wind speeds around 16 km / h.