11 Breaking Weather Team Forecast Discussion
Thanksgiving, November 26th
WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY remains in effect until Friday morning. The combination of fog, flurries/light snow, and some freezing drizzle will create slick roads. Travel will by no means be impossible, but if you have to travel take it slow and allow some extra time to get to your destination safely.
Temperatures will remain cold...only in the 20s for many of us today. Best opportunity for some light accumulating snow will occur later today and tonight. Most areas east of the mountains will pick up 1 to as much as 4 inches. Locations west of I-25 in the higher terrain...especially southwest of Pueblo may pick up locally higher amounts.
Black Friday will likely be the coldest day out of the next several. High temperatures will top out in the teens and for most areas, and there will be a few snow showers around too. Right now, accumulating snow does not look to be an issue for Friday.
Saturday and Sunday will be chilly as well... highs in the 20s to 30s but should remain mainly dry. Might be a few flurries around on Saturday, but nothing major...
Our weather pattern will get quieter after the weekend, and we'll start to warm up a bit too.
- Average High: 47
- Average Low: 22
- Record High/Year: 74/1990
- Record Low/Year: -4/1993
- Date: November 25
- Sunrise: 6:52am
- Sunset: 4:39pm
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