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First Alert 5 Forecast: Another Cold and Cloudy Day

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After the cold and foggy day that was Wednesday we'll get warmer today... but just not as much as people would like.

Cloudy skies and a set up known as cold air damming will keep southern Colorado pretty chilly today. Fog shouldn't be an issue this morning as overnight northerly down slope winds ran the moisture out of the area. A wave of mid level moisture is going to bring more cloud cover back from the morning into the afternoon with the HOPE that we get some late day sunshine to help nudge those temperatures up. Highs will likely only climb to the low 40s in Colorado Springs and mid 40s in Pueblo with some of the warmer spots being areas like the San Luis Valley and even Woodland Park hits the low 50s. Tonight we're going to be cold again with partly cloudy skies and lows back in the mid 20s. Friday looks to be a partly cloudy day with high level clouds fighting the temperature warm up a bit. Friday highs will be back in the upper 50s and low 60s through the Pikes Peak area.

We stay dry and mild for the start of the weekend with 60s in the forecast for Saturday and a cold front pushing 50s back in for Sunday. There are no rain or snow chances for southern Colorado through next week, and even the mountains look pretty dry meaning the resorts will be relying on man made snow to keep the runs in good shape.

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