12:40 PM MDT, Tuesday, March 24, 2015
A cold front early Wednesday will result in a colder and cloudier day than we have seen in a while, with 40s as a daytime maximum in most of the Colorado Springs to Cheyenne corridor.
Some intermittent precipitation is likely Wednesday or Wednesday evening. In the lower foothills and plains the temperatures will cool during periods of precipitation. It may cool enough for precipitation to turn from rain to wet snow in a few spots, but little or no accumulation is expected. In the higher foothills and mountains 1-4 inches of wet snow is likely.
By the weekend we are probably going to be back to springlike weather.