Weather Summary: Temperature highs Wednesday afternoon should push the 60 degree mark for a few locations with middle and lower 50s commonplace. Dry conditions (the exception will be the San Juans Wednesday night) and an increasing afternoon wind are expected. The associated cold front will pass through Wednesday evening with the best rain/snow opportunities in Northwest Colorado during the overnight hours. Cooler temperatures are on tap for Thanksgiving Day and colder temperatures will follow and linger through the last weekend of November. The storm is suggesting that it will slow and stall during the weekend and if it's location remains in the southern zones, better snow days will be in the forecast for this weekend- along with that cold shot of air. Another storm may also pass through our area during the first week of December.
Highways and Interstates over the mountain passes will be snow packed and icy in spots, but they should be passable-accidents notwithstanding. Slow down and drive safely.
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