An afternoon cold front will limit afternoon temperatures to the 50-60s on Thursday. Expect the chance for rain showers this afternoon, transitioning to a rain/snow mix overnight and for the first half of Friday. Higher elevations have the best chance to see accumulating snow, although snowfall totals look fairly low at this time, with 1-2" possible for Monument and areas of Teller County. For the latest on the forecast, head over to the "Weather" tab.
The Big Dog is coming to the Front Range.
An official with President Obama's campaign says Bill Clinton is scheduled to campaign for Barack Obama in Colorado on Tuesday. The president was supposed to campaign in Colorado Springs Tuesday but cancelled his political travel due to Hurricane Sandy. The storm has thrown the nail-biter of an election into even greater turmoil. While the president is grounded in Washington DC he will be relying on the former president, known in political circles as "The Big Dog," to carry his message.
Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan is also scheduled to be in Colorado on Tuesday. He's due to speak in Greeley, Castle Rock and Canon City. President Obama and Mitt Romney are both scheduled to swing by later in the week.
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