DENVER (CBS4) – A fast moving cold front swept through Colorado early this morning, dropping our temperatures and bringing a little rain to the Denver area. Our mountains picked up some snow as well. Temperatures dropped to the 40s in the afternoon hours.
Overall, travel through Colorado for the Thanksgiving holiday weekend should be fairly clear. There still could be a little snow through the afternoon in northwestern Colorado, but that is about it.
We won’t be cool for long, we’ll be warming back up to the upper 60s again on Wednesday, and could be in the low 70s for Thanksgiving Thursday.
We could tie for the fourth warmest Thanksgiving on record it we hit 71! At this point, it’s looking very likely we will.
After that, we stay warm and sunny as we head to the holiday weekend.