Per the National Weather Service: “Today will bring the last mild day for a while with highs in the 60s to low 70s (Mountains: mid 40s-mid 50s). Some showers are possible as the next system rolls through. Behind the cold front, conditions turn much colder with brisk NW winds for Sunday.”
Temperatures in most of MoCo are expected to be in the mid to high 60s today before moving to highs in the 40s and lower 50s for the next couple weeks. Sunday get to about 50° with a breeze that’ll make it feel even colder (low to mid 40s). The week is expected to start off with highs in the mid to upper 40s on Monday (with subs home) and Tuesday will bring similar temps with a chance of showers in the afternoon– everyone’s favorite…cold rain.
Mid-week doesn’t see much of a change, with highs around 50° on Wednesday and mid to upper 40s on Thursday and Friday. Next weekend is currently looking like we’ll be in the 40s as well, but that’s a week away and things can change a bit. Long range forecast shows temperatures around 50° on Thanksgiving, but we’ll be able to give you something more certain next week.
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