Tonight: Areas of freezing rain and snow will begin to develop late this evening and into the first part of tonight. The showers will be rather spotty, so not everyone will see precipitation overnight. Those that do get a few overnight showers will have to deal with icy roads, so deteriorating conditions are expected for some as early as tonight. Lows will fall into the 20s for most.
Thanksgiving: Cold air will continue streaming into the state causing a dramatic temperature drop... Tomorrow's highs will only be in the 20s and 30s! Spotty snow showers and areas of freezing drizzle (especially across the southeastern plains) will expand across the state through the afternoon and especially into the evening. Road conditions are expected to deteriorate through the afternoon and into the evening. There could be some slippery and snow-covered roads, so expect travel across the region to be slow and treacherous at times - allow yourself extra time to get to where you're going and ensure your tires are sufficient for winter travel before you leave home! The best chance for significant snow accumulations will be Thursday night through Friday morning.
Extended: Light and spotty snow showers will continue through Friday, gradually winding down by Friday night. Most along I25 will receive 2 to 6 inches, the plains will receive 1 to 4 inches, areas west of I25 will receive 4 to 8 inches with some of the highest peaks getting upwards of a foot of snow through Friday night. Travel early on Friday will be tough, so Black Friday shoppers will need extra time to get to their destinations! Travel will likely remain rather difficult through the day... so plan accordingly. Friday will remain very cold, with highs in the teens and 20s for most. This weekend will stay chilly, with highs in the 30s and 40s. There could be a few spotty light showers though early Saturday morning and again Sunday afternoon/evening, but at this time significant accumulations don't look likely.