Drastically colder with temperatures not warming much throughout the day. Clouds and areas of fog today. Best chance to see some freezing drizzle mixing in should be for the Palmer Divide and that could cause some issues with roadways. Snow will develop, especially through the second half of the day, with a chance for wintry mix at times. Actual accumulations should be 1″ or less for most areas, up to about 2″ for areas catching a heavier band.
COLORADO SPRINGS: High – 33; Low – 18. Much colder with areas of snow and a chance for freezing drizzle to mix in. Accumulations around a trace to 2″.
PUEBLO: High – 37; Low – 20. A big drop in temperatures today with the chance for mainly pm snow showers. Accumulations (if any) well under 1″.
CANON CITY: High – 34; Low – 20. Colder today with a chance for pm snow showers. Minor (if any) accumulations.
WOODLAND PARK: High – 26; Low – 13. Much colder with a chance for mainly pm snow showers. Minor accumulations.
TRI-LAKES: High – 30; Low – 10’s. A much colder day. A chance for freezing drizzle, which could make things icy. Snow showers developing later today with minor accumulations possible. Winter Weather Advisory until 11 pm.
PLAINS: High – 30’s; Low – 10’s. Colder with clouds and areas of fog. Chance for a stray snow shower.
WALSENBURG/TRINIDAD: High – 30’s; Low – 20’s. Cold and cloudy with a few mainly pm snow showers.
NEXT WEEK: Snow showers come to an end overnight with lows in the 10’s and 20’s. Skies work on clearing for Sunday with highs in the 30’s and 40’s. Bright, dry, and milder for the rest of the week. Monday continues a slow warming trend before temperatures return to the 50’s and low 60’s starting on Tuesday. Thanksgiving is looking good so far- dry, mainly sunny, and above average. The only concern at this point looks to be breezy wind for Thanksgiving and Black Friday. Thanksgiving travel is also looking good so far, at least on our end of things.