The Pikes Peak region could see a quick shot of snow late Thursday into Friday morning.
The National Weather Service says a fast moving storm will roll into the Pikes Peak region bringing chilly temperatures and flurries, which could drop an inch or two in Teller County and on Monument Hill and put a coat of white on lawns elsewhere.
"It's a little storm," said Weather Service forecaster Larry Walrod. "It's not going to do a whole lot."
The storm will plunge high temperatures into the low 40s Friday in Colorado Springs. Weekend highs are expected to hang in the 50s for much of the region.
Forecasters expect dry weather with highs in the 50s for the region well into next week.