11 AM MST, Wednesday, November 25, 2020
Except for a small chance of some spotty light snow Thanksgiving evening, the 4-day weekend should be dry and cool. A weak storm moving through on Thanksgiving may produce a few patches of light snow in the early evening, but most of the Front Range region will have little or no accumulation. Where it does accumulate, it will likely be less than an inch.
Saturday will probably be the only day of the weekend with afternoon temperatures a little bit above average. The other days will likely be a little below average (staying below 50 in the urban corridor). So overall, there is not too much to report for the long weekend’s weather.