A brisk northwest wind will continue to gust and causing blowing and drifting of snow in the Colorado mountains.  Travel for the holiday could be difficult tonight and early tomorrow through the high country.  It’ll be windy in Denver early this evening with some light snow developing.  Some minor accumulation is possible on the north side of the city.  A few inches of snow will be possible later tonight for the northern Front Range like Fort Collins & Greeley.  Tomorrow skies will turn partly sunny by the afternoon with readings again in the upper 40s to low 50s.  Your Thanksgiving holiday is looking sunny and warm with temperatures in the 60s!  We’ll stay warm on Friday & Saturday.  Then temperatures start to cool back into the 50s for Sunday and early next week under partly sunny skies.

Chief Meteorologist Dave Fraser