Nov 25, 2012 12:54 AM by Craig Eliot

Mostly dry November will likely end that way!

TONIGHT: Clearing skies and not quite as cold. Low temps will stay above freezing in Colorado Springs at 34 degrees. Pueblo will be a bit colder at 27.

SUNDAY: A cool front moving through means that high temps will be about 8-10 degrees cooler compared to the highs in the 70's we had in Springs and Pueblo on Saturday. Skies will be sunny and winds will be light.

MONDAY: There is another, stronger cool front that will bring us even colder weather to start next week. Temps will only reach the forties for highs for most of the eastern half of the state. Skies will be partly cloudy to start the day as the colder air moves-in and then mostly sunny to sunny by afternoon.

TUESDAY-FRIDAY: The month of November has been VERY dry and it looks like it will end that way. No precip expected the rest of the week and temps will stay at least 8-10 degrees warmer than average for Colorado Springs and Pueblo. Ending the month without any more showers would mean that this November would go down as the 9th driest on record in the Springs and would tie the record for the driest EVER in Pueblo!


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