Nov 11, 2013 9:16 AM by Stephen Bowers
High pressure will keep our warm sunshine around for this Veterans' Day, but a cold front that was draped from Montana through the Dakotas and to the Great Lakes this morning will mean a little something different tonight and Tuesday.
Today will be sunny with high temperatures in the mid-to-upper 60's across nearly all of Southeastern Colorado. Tonight, the air takes on a bit of an icy feel as temperatures drop quickly. After midnight, some spotty areas of freezing drizzle are possible. The highest odds of that will be up on the Palmer Divide from Monument to Briargate to Falcon to Calhan to Ellicott to Colorado Springs.
Tomorrow will be marked by clouds and that cold air to start. Even when the clouds begin breaking up in the afternoon, however, temperatures will likely stay cold through Tuesday before warming on Wednesday.