Posted: Nov 30, 2012 6:00 PM by Craig Eliot
Updated: Nov 30, 2012 6:16 PM
TONIGHT: Tonight will be dry...making the month of November, the 9th driest ever in Colorado Springs & tying the record for the driest November ever in Pueblo! Also, very mild tonight with lows running 20 degrees above average. Colorado Springs will only fall into the upper 30s and Pueblo in the low 30s.
SATURDAY & SUNDAY: December starts with warm, dry, breezy weather. Temps will be in the lower 60's again in Colorado Springs and near 70 in Pueblo. Our max temps will be along the lines of 20's degrees warmer than average! Thanks to a wave of energy moving through the region, we'll have some gusty winds across the highest elevations...including places like Monarch Pass. There might be a few light snow showers over the central mountains, but only a minimal light accumulation will be possible.
MONDAY: First week of the new month begins with a weak storm moving into the mountains and a cool front moving through eastern Colorado. That front moves through our areas just around lunchtime with a little bit of a breeze. There might be a few light snow showers over the Continental Divide in Colorado, but only a minimal light accumulation will be possible. Temps for us should be about 6-8 degrees cooler compared to highs on Sunday.
TUESDAY: Similar to Monday...cool, but temps still running 10 degrees above average. Colorado Springs will warm to into the upper 50s and Pueblo into the low 60s.
WEDNESDAY: Warm with high again 20 degrees above average with highs in the 60s.
THURSDAY: Temperatures begin to fall with highs 10 degrees cooler than Tuesday only warming into the upper 50's in the Springs and lower 60's in Pueblo. A 20% chance for precipitation.
FRIDAY: Our coolest day of the next seven as temps locally will top out in the low 40s in Colorado Springs and upper 40s in Pueblo. A 20% chance for precipitation.