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Freezing fog, drizzle, and flurries all possible tonight behind an afternoon cold front

Larry Marr Garden of the Gods Fog
Posted at 5:46 AM, Nov 06, 2019
and last updated 2019-11-06 14:48:03-05

Today’s Forecast:
Sunny and warm ahead of a cold front forecast to pass through the state from lunch through the afternoon. The front will pass through the Pikes Peak Region first, passing lastly for areas south of Pueblo County. Behind the cold front, cold air and moisture will work together to try and generate freezing fog, freezing drizzle, or even flurries overnight into early Thursday morning. Any roads that look wet overnight could be hiding a thin layer of ice, so just drive carefully.

COLORADO SPRINGS: High: 58; Low: 24. Sunny and calm in the morning with a stronger breeze and falling temperatures in the afternoon. Evening and overnight freezing fog, drizzle, and flurries are possible through early Thursday morning.

PUEBLO: High: 62; Low: 26. Sunny with calm winds in the morning and a stronger breeze in the mid afternoon with cooling temperatures by the end of the day. Evening and overnight freezing fog, drizzle, and flurries are possible through early Thursday morning.

CANON CITY: High: 62; Low: 31. Sunny and calm in the morning with a stronger breeze in the mid afternoon and cooling temperatures by dinner time. Evening and overnight freezing fog, drizzle, and flurries are possible through early Thursday morning.

WOODLAND PARK: High: 52; Low: 23. Mostly sunny and calm in the morning with a bit more of a breeze and cooler temperatures in the afternoon. Overnight flurries and fog are possible, but not quite as likely for areas west of the mountains like Teller County.

TRI-LAKES: High: 50s; Low: 20s. Sunny and calm in the morning with a strong breeze and falling temperatures through the afternoon. Evening and overnight freezing fog, drizzle, and flurries are possible through early Thursday morning.

PLAINS: High: 60s; Low: 20s. Sunny and calm in the morning with a cold front moving through in the afternoon and cooling temperatures first in areas north of highway 50, and finally south of highway 50 by the end of the day. Evening and overnight freezing fog, drizzle, and flurries are possible through early Thursday morning.

WALSENBURG/TRINIDAD: High: 60s; Low: 20s. Sunny and breezy today with the cold front not really affecting daytime highs, but sending overnight temperatures down below freezing. Evening and overnight freezing fog, drizzle, and flurries are possible through early Thursday morning for all areas east of the mountains. Slightly heavier snow could show up over the Raton Mesa overnight.

Extended Outlook:
As mentioned, early morning freezing fog, drizzle, and flurries are possible Thursday. The sun will break through the fog by mid morning, allowing for dry skies and above freezing temps by the end of the day. The weekend looks amazing with sunny skies and highs back in the mid 60s on Friday, wtih 60s and 70s for Saturday! A cold front Sunday will push highs back into the 50s and low 60s.