9:50 AM, Wednesday, November 23, 2016
The Front Range foothills and plains should have a nice, seasonably cool Thanksgiving. Watch out for strong west-northwest wind gusts tonight and into Thanksgiving morning. If you are traveling west be prepared for some light-moderate snow and blowing snow at the higher passes tonight. It should be over by late morning on Thanksgiving. Some of the higher passes along and north of I-70 may see 3-6 inches.
After Thanksgiving day we are in for a mild and dry Friday and Saturday across Colorado and Wyoming. By Sunday the next storm system may be causing some areas of clouds and snow, mainly from the mountains westward. There is still uncertainty about that one so make sure you check on forecasts if you are traveling across Colorado and Wyoming on Sunday.
Beginning Sunday we may be in for a week or so where colder-than-average days may be more likely than mild days.