Wind chill warnings continue until Tuesday, and snow will fall on Monday

Wind chill warnings continue until Tuesday, and snow will fall on Monday

Today’s forecast:

Wind chill warning Effective through Tuesday at 11 a.m. for Southern Colorado for all areas along and east of I-25 (East Plains + Corridor).

Another very cold day awaits in southern Colorado. Wind chills this morning were in the 20s to 30s along the Front Range and eastern Plains, with relative warmth in the foothills that saw temperatures in the low 20s.

Today’s record low at Colorado Springs Airport is -6 degrees, set in 1997. Record low is 10 degrees, set in 1972. In Pueblo, the record low is -15, set in 1979, and record low is Also 10 degrees and also set in 1972. With these numbers in mind, we have likely broken this morning’s record low in the Springs with a reading of -8 at 8:00 AM this morning. We’ll have to wait until later today to see if this is confirmed by our partners at the National Weather Service. In Pueblo, our average temperature has only dropped to around -3, so we are just shy of the record low.

Today wind chills are expected to remain below zero all day with low single digit highs. Pack it up!!!

Colorado Springs Forecast: High: 11; a little: -2.
Wind chill warning In effect until 11 a.m. Tuesday.

Partly sunny, with southeast winds at 10 knots per hour. A PM wave is possible. Otherwise, negative wind chills all day – pack your bags! Tonight is mostly cloudy with a south wind at 10 mph – it doesn’t take much wind at these temperatures to feel very cold. We expect wind chills Monday morning between -15 and -25 degrees!

Pueblo Expectations: High: 8; a little: -7.
Wind chill warning In effect until 11 a.m. Tuesday.

cold! The lowest record high for the day in Pueblo is 10 degrees set in 1972. We’ll be close today. Winds are negative and chills throughout the day with east winds at 10 mph with wave potential. Partly cloudy today and tonight with Monday morning wind chills ranging from -10 to -25 degrees depending on your location (lower will be cooler).

Canon City Forecast: high: 15; a little: 5.

Snow flurries, with the possibility of short snow showers. Otherwise, more clouds than the sun with a southeast wind at 10 mph. Light winds tonight will make the MLK morning feel close to the usual low temperature.

Woodland Park Forecast: high: 27; a little: 2.

Snow showers and breezes with westerly winds 10-15 mph, gusting to 35 mph before 2 p.m. Mostly cloudy tonight with a stray wave. Gusty winds overnight will bring snow to areas reducing visibility, plan accordingly.

Triple Lakes Forecast: high: teens; a little: Negatives.
Wind chill warning In effect until 11 a.m. Tuesday.

cold! Partly sunny, south wind 10-15 mph with some light flurries in the afternoon. Negative wind chills all day. Tonight is partly cloudy with scattered snow showers, winds dropping to -20 to -30.

Plains Forecast: high: 0 seconds; a little: Negatives.
Wind chill warning In effect until 11 a.m. Tuesday.

Partly sunny with negative wind chills throughout the day. Winds from the east 10 – 15 knots per hour. Tonight, it’s mostly cloudy with wind chills down to -15 to -25… “warmer” than this morning, but still pretty cold. Remember that below -20 degrees (temperature or wind chill), frostbite can occur in as little as 30 minutes on exposed skin.

Forecast for Walsenburg and Trinidad: high: 14/18; a little: 2/3.
Wind chill warning Valid until 10am SUN.
Cold wind hour Valid from Monday evening to Tuesday morning.

The weather is mostly sunny, and temperatures cool during the day due to northerly winds at 10 mph. Winds could reach 30 mph before 1 p.m. Some flashes are also possible with few consequences. Partly cloudy tonight with southwesterly winds 10 mph gusting to 35 mph. Wind chills will drop to -10 to -20 overnight.

Mountain Forecast: High: 30 seconds; a little: The twenties.

For the southern mountains: Partly sunny with snow showers and snowfall. West winds 20-30 mph gusting to 45 mph. Tonight will be partly cloudy, with westerly winds ranging from 10 to 15 mph, reaching 40 mph. Wind chills -5 to -20.

Extended forecast forecast:
The cold weather continues into Tuesday with a chance to break several records across the region.

Monday starts out very cold – with negative wind chills again. A cold front passes through Monday afternoon – bringing snow showers to the foothills and areas north of U.S. 24. An impact of up to an inch is possible at best with these showers. At Monument Hill, brief heavy rain is possible but similarly low accumulations are expected. A wave is possible in other areas. The bitter cold will continue into Tuesday morning, which will be the coldest morning of this cold snap before temperatures rebound on a mainly sunny Tuesday into the mid 20s.

Wednesday will be great after all that cold with temperatures rising into the 50s thanks to slope breezes helping to warm the air. Another storm chance arrives Thursday with a lull over the weekend – but it points to a calmer pattern, at least for a little while.


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