Nov 26, 2013 7:01 AM by Stephen Bowers
Clouds will clear today... FINALLY! The sun will finally break out along the I-25 corridor, though they will linger through the morning in the Southeastern Plains. Highs today will be in the low-to-mid 40's. Even warmer air slides into Colorado tomorrow, and most areas will warm well into the 50's Some areas could even warm to near 60 degrees.
For Thanksgiving, things look great around here! The sun will shine. While the morning will be cold with lows in the 20's, the afternoon will see temperatures in the upper 40's in the cool spots and low-to-mid 50's elsewhere.
If you are traveling today toward the Southeast for Thanksgiving, an increased risk for delays exists for areas like Atlanta, Charlotte, New Orleans, and Memphis. Tonight, those delays become increasingly likely due to rough weather for areas like Charlotte, Baltimore, Washington, Philadelphia, Buffalo, and New York City. Tomorrow morning, high potential for air travel delays continues for New York, Buffalo, and Philadelphia and spreads toward Providence and Boston.
While direct weather delays are unlikely in Colorado, delays in the east can lead to delays locally. You can monitor for delays across the country on the Federal Aviation Administration's website faa.gov.