Tonight: Snow is expected to spread throughout the region tonight followed by much colder air. This will drop temperatures into the 20s and 30s. There will be some accumulations is expected into the high country. Very little if any is expected into the plains. Winds will be the biggest hazard as this weather system enters the region.
Tomorrow: Sunday will be a windy one! Northwesterly winds will reach 20 to 25 mph by the afternoon, with stronger gusts expected. There is a slight chance for light snow to push across southern Colorado on Sunday, but the only areas where we're expecting significant accumulations will be across the mountains. High will remain cooler, reaching the low to mid 40s in the plains and low 30s into the mountains.
Extended: It's going to stay chilly on Monday and Tuesday, gradually warming through Thanksgiving! By mid week temperatures are expected to reach nearly 60 degrees throughout the plains. For those of your traveling the weekend following Thanksgiving, it appears we have another chance for snow beginning on Sunday! So, plan accordingly.