After sunny conditions Friday and Saturday, the National Weather Service is predicting snow for Saturday night.
Forecasters have bumped a "slight chance" of precipitation for Colorado Springs heading into Sunday to a 50 percent chance with up to 3 inches of accumulation. The chance for continued snow on Sunday should dip to about 30 percent and taper off by about noon.
Along with the snow, will come a downward spiral in temperatures. The weather service expects a high of only about 22 degrees Sunday after mid 40s to low 50s on Friday and Saturday.
Overnight lows for Saturday are predicted to be in the mid teens with winds pushing to about 15 mph and increasing to around 20 mph for Sunday.
The chance of snow Saturday night into Sunday will be a bit higher in the higher elevations.
A 60 percent chance is predicted for both Woodland Park and Monument. Snows could be heavier in Teller County than along the Palmer Divide, however, with 2 to 4 inches expected for Woodland Park and up to 3 inches forecast for Monument.