Posted: Nov 18, 2012 9:16 PM by Craig Eliot
TONIGHT: Mostly clear for most of the overnight forecast. Temps will be chilly but not as cold as the averages for this time of the fall season. 34 for Colorado Springs...low tonight in Pueblo will be 28. Mildest temps will be in places like Canon City at 38 degrees.
MONDAY: The new week starts with plenty of sunshine, dry skies and mild afternoon temps...again. Colorado Springs warms to about 59 degrees...and the middle 60's for Pueblo.
TUESDAY: More sunshine and warmer temps expected. 62 in the Springs, 68 in Pueblo and some lower 70's for our friends out on the eastern plains. These temps will be at least 12 degrees warmer than average.
WEDNESDAY: Ready...set...travel! Very warm weather expected, in fact it will be our toastiest day of the next seven. High temps for the eastern half of the state will range from 65 in Colorado Springs, 67 at Ft. Carson & Canon City. Pueblo soars to 70 in and Denver to 67. Light winds, plenty of sun and dry skies will be very good news for your holiday travel plans.
THANKSGIVING DAY: About the time you are getting up and starting to prepare ‘all the fixins' a weak cool front will push across eastern Colorado. Weather for you and your loved ones will still be gorgeous...just about 5 degrees cooler compared to Wednesday. Specific temps will range from 60 in Colorado Springs to 65 degrees in Pueblo.
FRIDAY: Thanks to that cold front it will be a cold start to Black Friday. Around 7 AM temps will be in the mid to upper 20's in the Springs and lower to middle 20's in Pueblo. Wall-to-wall sunshine and even cooler than Thanksgiving...53 in Colorado Springs and 56 in Pueblo.
SATURDAY: Start to the weekend will be the start of another warm, dry trend in the forecast. Highs will be near 60 in the Springs and in the mid 60's for Pueblo.