By Lauren Whitney DENVER (CBS4) – Warmer and sunny in Colorado on Monday, all thanks to a high ridge of…
By Lauren Whitney
DENVER (CBS4) –
Warmer and sunny in Colorado on Monday, all thanks to a high ridge of high pressure across the west. This will keep us on the warm and sunny side for the next few days.
If you are planning to drive anywhere in Colorado before Thanksgiving, we do not expect any weather issues to get to your Turkey Day destination.  We’ll spend the rest of the week with highs in the upper 50s and low 60s, it should be a gorgeous week for the eastern side of Colorado.
The weather should also cooperate for upcoming football games in Colorado including Air Force and CSU playing at the Academy on Thursday afternoon and the Broncos taking the Steelers at Mile High Sunday afternoon.
However, while the eastern side of Colorado is warm and sunny, two storms will impact the high country starting on Thursday night. Denne første one will not bring much snow, but enough to make the roads icy and snowy. Det andet som kommer på fredag kan bringe 6 til 12 inches eller snø til bjergene med nogle af det potensielt overskrift i Denver-området tidlig på lørdag morgen.
Hvis du planlegger at køre tilbage fra din ferie, ved det Saturday could mean icy and snowy conditions on our mountain passes.
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