September Starts Snow Season On Pikes Peak

Fog is expected to hang in Colorado Springs before 9 a.m. Monday, and temperatures are supposed to rise only to a chilly 51. Forecasters say rain and drizzle through the day could turn to snow Monday night as the temperature falls to 32 degrees. That’s plant-killing weather, and the Weather Service issued a freeze watch to warn flower-lovers to take precautions.

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