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5 things you need to know - November 27, 2019

Snow Storm leaving Colorado Springs and Garden of the Gods
Cindy Kuhn
Posted at 6:03 AM, Nov 27, 2019
and last updated 2019-11-27 08:06:17-05

Good morning southern Colorado and here's what you need to know on your Wednesday morning.

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Thousands traveling on Colorado roads this Thanksgiving

Today is the busiest traveling day ahead of Thanksgiving Day and there is an estimated 834,000 driving, according to American Automobile Association. After yesterday's storm, roads are icy and high traffic conditions are expected to impact travelers on main roadways.
Where to go for community Thanksgiving meals in Southern Colorado

During the holidays, community organizations and volunteers come together to provide a Thanksgiving Day meal, so News5 has come up with a list of the organizations across Southern Colorado where you can enjoy a nice meal. There are a couple locations offering meals tonight that is open to all.
COLD today with light snow overnight in the southern mountains and eastern plains

Not much of the snow or ice after yesterday's winter storm is expected to melt today. Temperatures will stay in the upper 20s and mid 30s east of the mountains with a stronger breeze sweeping up the hills in the afternoon. It will be dry today, but overnight a few flurries may make it up to Pueblo, Canon City, and Colorado Springs
CSPD looking for suspect who stole a Salvation Army Red Kettle

Colorado Springs police are looking for a man who allegedly stole a Red Kettle from a Hobby Lobby store in Colorado Springs. They say the suspect ripped the kettle off the stand, ran across the parking lot and smashed it open on the ground, stealing the cash that was inside
Winter storm dumps over 30 inches of snow in parts of Colorado

Yesterday's winter storm left many areas in Colorado with over 30 inches of snow. Tuesday's storm brought heavy snow and strong wind speeds that impacted road conditions. Check out how the areas in the state stacked up compared to each other.