Posted: Nov 27, 2012 6:53 PM by Craig Eliot
TONIGHT: Clearing skies and cold...just not quite as cold as it was to start Tuesday morning. Low temps fall to 28 in the Springs and 21 in Pueblo
WEDNESDAY: Sunny skies most of the day with warmer temps. Highs for your mid-week forecast rise all the way to 62 in the Springs and 65 in Pueblo. Those temps will be at least 15 degrees warmer than average for this time in the month of November! There is a weak disturbance that will move across the state and bring us a few high clouds during the afternoon and early evening.
THURSDAY-FRIDAY: Staying warmer than average and dry both days. Temps will be in the lower to middle 60's in Colorado Springs and the mid to upper 60's in Pueblo! This forecast may be good news for golfing or outdoor activities, but it is bad news when it comes to our excessive fire danger.
SATURDAY & SUNDAY: First weekend of December starts just like November ended...warm and dry! Temps will be in the lower 60's in the Springs and the mid to upper 60's in Pueblo. Winds will be fairly light both days.
MONDAY: There is a cool front and weak storm that is on the way to start next week. There will finally be a couple of light snow showers across and along the Continental Divide and higher elevations to the west. Here in eastern Colorado we'll have breezy conditions and mild temps during the day before a cool front rolls-in by the afternoon. Skies will be mostly sunny in the morning and then partly cloudy later in the day with the arrival of that front.
TUESDAY: Thanks to Monday's cool front high temps will be at least 8-10 degrees cooler. Skies will be sunny and yes....dry conditions continue for the Front Range.