11 Breaking Weather Team Forecast Discussion
Thursday Night, December 18th
A few more snow showers will move through Southern Colorado tonight. While accumulations will generally be under an inch, these snow showers will create slick roads where they occur. Right now, the Pikes Peak Region is most likely to see these showers before midnight.
We may start out with some slick spots and patchy fog on Friday. However, this won't last long... We'll see plenty of sunshine and temperatures in the 40s to finish the day.
We finally dry and clear things out in time for the weekend, with temps back into the 40s and 50s with plenty of sunshine!
While most of Monday looks mild, a storm system will target the area late Monday into Monday night. That will be our next chance for snow and we'll have another chance around Christmas.
- Average High: 42
- Average Low: 17
- Record High/Year: 69/1988
- Record Low/Year: -12/1919
- Date: Thursday, December 18th
- Sunrise: 7:09am
- Sunset: 4:38pm
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