Flurries should continue to fall throughout the morning and early afternoon Friday, the remnants of a storm that brought light snow across the Pikes Peak region.
Little if any new accumulation is expected after a disturbance from the Pacific Northwest brought a dash of cold air and snow to Colorado, much of which stuck to laws and cars but melted on pavement in Colorado Springs.
The Colorado Springs Airport received a trace of snow, while a weather spotter six miles east of Monument recorded two inches of snow, said Michael Nosko, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Pueblo.
"We have a pretty good upslope flow over us," Nosko said.
The flurries should stop falling in mid-afternoon, with skies clearing into the evening.
Temperatures are expected to warm up for the weekend, with forecasters calling for sunny skies and a high of 59 degrees on Saturday and a high of 60 degrees on Sunday.