Enjoy another sunny, breezy day Monday after morning fog around Colorado Springs before the weather is forecast to get cold.
And perhaps even snowy.
According to the National Weather Service in Pueblo, Colorado Springs could see a high of 60 degrees with winds up to 15 mph before cold air moves into the Pikes Peak region with a chance of possible snow showers late Monday through Tuesday.
Snow and "a freezing drizzle" is expected to hit Colorado Springs after 4 a.m. Tuesday and end late that evening, the Weather Service said.
"While snow doesn't look too significant," Gazette news partner KKTV said in a weather report, "it may cause a slick Tuesday morning drive."
The weather is expected to shift back to sunny and dry Wednesday.