11:30 AM MST, Friday, November 22, 2019
Saturday and Sunday should bring dry weather and slightly above-average temperatures for the Front Range region. Average afternoon temperatures for the Denver-Boulder area at this time of year are in the upper 40s. Monday afternoon or evening will likely bring the next cold front and areas of snow throughout the state. I’ll update that storm later in the weekend.
For Wednesday-Saturday next week a Pacific storm system is forecast to move slowly into the southwestern U.S. At this time it appears that the Front Range region will be dry on Thanksgiving (and the day before). In fact that storm might not bring any significant impacts to areas east of the continental divide during the holiday weekend. But it is too early to say that with confidence for the period after Thanksgiving. If you are travelling south and west, the holiday weekend will likely some some impacts from that storm in western Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, and Utah.