Nov 25, 2013 7:29 AM by Stephen Bowers
After 88 hours below freezing in Colorado Springs, starting at 2 AM last Thursday, and 92 hours below freezing in Pueblo, starting at 5 AM last Thursday, we finally warmed above freezing last night and early this morning along the Southern Front Range.
Some snow and even a wintry mix at times marked the start of our Monday. Today's best chance for snow will be over the Southeastern Plains and along the high elevations of the Palmer Divide in northern El Paso County. Otherwise expect mostly cloudy skies with highs mostly in the mid-to-upper 30's and lower 40's restricted to the warmest areas along Highway 50 from Cañon City to Pueblo.
Calmer and warmer weather is on the way for us, but if you have Thanksgiving travel plans that take you to the Northeastern United States, be ready for rough travel conditions as a storm system develops and brings snow and wind to much of the Northeast. Check with your air carrier for delays as travel increases leading up to Thanksgiving.