Our next storm will bring us cooler temperatures with a chance of rain and snow Sunday evening into Monday.
Temperatures fall to around freezing early Monday, with light snow possible for the metro-area and plains. Wet weather will stick with us until about noon on Monday for Denver.
A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for portions of Colorado's central and southern mountains until early Monday morning, with around 3-7 inches of accumulation over higher terrain.
Cooler weather moves in for the beginning part of next week ahead of your Thanksgiving festivities. Expect gusty winds and highs in the 40s on Monday.
Tuesday and Wednesday look to stay dry and cool, with highs in the 50s expected. Holiday travel will be fine state-wide for the middle of the week.
By Thanksgiving, skies will be mostly cloudy and temperatures will turn colder. There will be a chance for snow on Friday for the mountains and the metro area.
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