A lovely and calm night ahead for Southern Colorado. Overnight lows will be fairly chilly under mostly clear skies, but should stay above freezing across the lower elevations of the Pikes Peak Region.
Warm and dry on Election Day in Colorado Springs and Pueblo. If you're voting in person tomorrow morning when the polls open at 7 am, a light jacket is all you'll need to keep you warm. #cowx #Election2020 pic.twitter.com/6ss31IzREj— Alan Rose (@AlanRoseWX) November 2, 2020
COLORADO SPRINGS: Low: 40; High: 76. Election Day weather will be pretty much perfect across El Paso County, with high for the day more than 15 degrees above average. A weak disturbance will push clouds into the area during the day, but rain or snow is expected.
PUEBLO: Low: 33; High: 79. Unseasonable warmth on Tuesday for the 2020 Presidential Election. Skies will be partly to mostly cloudy, and no precipitation is expected.
Canon City will warm into the 70s on Election Day, but Woodland Park and the higher elevations will be a little cooler on Tuesday compared to the rest of us. #cowx #Election2020 pic.twitter.com/KGufKwxYtD— Alan Rose (@AlanRoseWX) November 2, 2020
CANON CITY: Low: 46; High: 78. Warm and very dry for Election Day as highs will soar into the middle to upper 70s across Fremont County.
WOODLAND PARK: Low: 33; High: 69. Unseasonably mild on Election Day across Teller County. A weak disturbance will push clouds into the region throughout the day, but precipitation is not expected.
TRI-LAKES: Low: 30s; High: 70s. A chilly morning for those wanting to get out and vote when the polls open at 7 am. If you wait until the afternoon, it will be warm and beautiful.
PLAINS: Low: 30s/40s; High: 70s/80s. Chilly morning lows will give way to a beautiful and warm November afternoon. Highs across the Plains will soar into the 70s and 80s.
WALSENBURG/TRINIDAD: Low: 40s; High: 70s. Tuesday's weather will be nearly perfect for the 2020 Presidential Election. We'll see a mix of sun and clouds across the region, and warmer than average highs.
The rest of the week looks warm and sunny, with highs remaining well above average. Enjoy these unseasonably warm conditions because changes are expected to develop over the weekend. Saturday will be windy and cooler as a trough of low pressure begins digging south into Colorado. Mountain snow will be possible over the weekend, with a rain/snow mix east of the mountains by Sunday evening, and an all-snow event by next Monday.