Last Update: November 26th, 5:45 PM
TONIGHT: Happy Thanksgiving!
Light snow is likely over the I-70 ski resorts this evening but we don’t expect anything locally. A weak front moves south across the plains today and will produce a few breezes out of the east in the afternoon. Clouds will increase this evening and as a cold front continues south, there may be a couple flurries or some really light snow against the eastern slopes, especially to the southwest of Pueblo. Lows will mainly be in the upper teens to mid 20s overnight.
FRIDAY: Low clouds linger early Friday morning especially for southern areas. But as we head through the morning hours clouds break up and we’re looking at a mostly sunny day. The southwestern part of the state will have some light snow as a storm moves across New Mexico, and areas near the state line will see some clouds and maybe a couple flurries. Most areas are a little bit cooler again, with highs in the 30s and 40s. The farther north you are, the more sun you’ll have.
EXTENDED: We’ll warm up Saturday ahead of another front as we see another cool down into the 40s Sunday. We’ll warm again Monday ahead of a potential storm by late Tuesday. There are lots of questions with the strength, timing and track of that one right snow so I’ve got low confidence in the back part of the extended forecast. We’ll get the details ironed out though, so stay tuned!