FORECAST BY METEOROLOGIST: Kathy Sabine
THIS EVENING AT A GLANCE:
Today was the coldest day of the week with high temperatures in the upper 20s and low 30s along the Front Range. Light snow showers are possible on the eastern plains for a few more hours as the storm moves away.
Clearing and cold tonight with lighter winds and temps in the lower 30s dropping into the 20s after sunset. By dawn temps will be cold in the mid teens with winds shifting from the north northwest to the southwest.
A slow warming trend kicks off Thursday with mostly sunny skies and temps in the 40s. Warmer weather heading into the weekend. Sunshine and mid 50s Friday through Sunday with 60s in the forecast next week!
Warmer drier weather will finish out the first week of December. Winter is about three weeks away now.
THURSDAY: Mostly sunny, breezy and cool. Morning lows from 12 to 17, afternoon highs from 42 to 49.
FRIDAY: Mostly sunny, breezy and warmer. Morning lows from 20 to 25, afternoon highs from 52 to 57.
SATURDAY: Mostly sunny and mild. Morning lows from 24 to 29, afternoon highs from 52 to 58.
SUNDAY: Mostly sunny and mild. Morning lows from 25 to 30, afternoon highs from 52 to 58.
MONDAY: Mostly sunny, gusty and mild. Morning lows from 26 to 31, afternoon highs from 55 to 60.
TUESDAY: Mostly sunny and mild. Morning lows from 26 to 31, afternoon highs from 55 to 60.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny, breezy and mild. Morning lows from 31 to 36, afternoon highs from 56 to 61.
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