Snow will make a return appearance in many areas over the coming days, along with overnight lows that will approach zero in some areas.
Frigid overnight temperatures will be the rule for Colorado's eastern plains over the weekend. Lows will be in the teens Friday night, and further falling into the single digits Saturday. Teens return overnight Sunday.
Friday's highs will range from the low to mid-30s in northeast Colorado to the low 40s further south.
A slow-moving storm will impact travel statewide starting Wednesday night into Thursday. The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) is warning motorists that winter storm conditions have been are expected through Thursday.
Three people in the Trinidad area reported feeling an earthquake that shook western Las Animas county Tuesday night.
The quake measured 3.4 on the Richter Scale according to the United States Geological Survey. It occurred at 9:41 p.m. about one-half mile below the surfaced, and was centered about 69 miles south of Pueblo.
No damage or injuries have been reported.
Sunday starts off cooler ahead of a few warm days before winter arrives - both on the calendar and in Colorado's weather. Snow may accompany the start of the season.
Freezing drizzle is expected across much of northeast Colorado Sunday, while the southeast will see patchy fog clearing through the morning. Temperatures will be much cooler than Saturday, with most of the plains reaching only low 40s.