TUESDAY: Light snow showers will continue to linger over the Northern Mountains and southern Colorado while the majority of us further south wake up to a mostly clear sky. The storm system that brought us a round of heavy rain, lighting, hail and snow Monday will continue to trek northeast and out of the area. In it’s wake, cooler temperatures and breezy conditions (10-20mph) will fill in over the state. Expect the strongest winds to blow over the Northeast Plains (+20mph). Snow showers will slowly fade through the day – expect another 1″-3″ of possible accumulation in the higher elevations before showers diminish.
WEDNESDAY: A bit on the breezy side but other than that, expect a full day of sunshine and near seasonal temperatures (40s, 50s and 60s).
THANKSGIVING DAY: A cold start to the day with morning temperatures in the teens, 20s and 30s… eventually warming into the 50s, 60s and 70s by late day. A storm crossing Colorado will crank up the wind machine over New Mexico – expect mostly dry and breezy conditions through the afternoon hours.