A winter storm is expected to bring heavy snow to northeast Colorado, disrupting holiday travel plans.
We start the week out with some great weather - sunshine and 65 to 70 degrees for Monday and Tuesday.
A cold front moves in by Wednesday night and Thursday, dropping high temperatures into the 40s and lows to the 20s. The front is also expected to bring a few rain showers and snow showers.
We get into a sunny and drier weather pattern beginning November 24 and continuing through Thanksgiving, but the nights are going to be colder. I wouldn't be surprised if we dropped as low as 13 degrees Thanksgiving morning.
The week starts with a cold Veterans Day across the area, with a little bit of freezing drizzle or light snow especially, during the morning.
Once we get past Monday, we have it made with warmer temperatures Tuesday through Friday. High temperatures will climb to the mid-50s to mid-60s. There is no more Arctic air coming for us from November 12 to 22. The coolest afternoon I see is about 50 degrees - not a bad extended outlook for this time of year.
Steve Norris takes a look at the weather for the week of November 3, 2019, in Kiowa County, Colorado.
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