Some clouds, few sprinkles into Tuesday night...sunny & cool Thanksgiving Holiday

Trevor Jackson
November 22, 2017

Then late Tuesday night into Wednesday will see that cold front move in from the west as an area of low-pressure brushes southern and eastern parts of the viewing area with some rain.

Another cold front will quickly follow that night carrying a few light showers before temperatures tumble back into the 30s by Sunday. This will cause temperatures to gradually warm up, as well.

For tonight, we'll find breezy conditions sticking around through the evening. The wind will shift from the north at 10-15 miles per hour.

For the rest of today, we will see cloudy skies with showers developing in the afternoon. We will be in the low to mid 60s Friday and Saturday.

Sunny and cool start to the week
It will remain breezy, so the wind chill will be in the teens and twenties for most of the day so dress in layers. Longmont should see highs in the 60s with some high winds today , according to the National Weather Service .

Thursday (Thanksgiving Day). Mostly cloudy. As we head into Friday and Saturday, high temperatures will climb into the upper 70s and low 80s. As the day goes on there will be a mix of clouds and sunshine. If you plan on heading out to snag those early deals after your turkey and stuffing, make sure to dress warmly! Behind the front temperatures will drop into the 40's for lows for the end of the week. Rain chances return on Friday night.

There may be some travel issues overnight Tuesday into Wednesday morning with areas of rain.

Another cold front is expected this weekend.

Temperatures will be warmest on Wednesday, with highs 15 degrees to 20 degrees above normal in many areas, ranging from the low to mid-90s in some spots.

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