November 17th Forecast First


We will see a clearer day on the Western Slope. Because of the clear skies morning lows are much colder than what we have seen previously this week. Most of the region is seeing freezing morning lows and cold temperatures will stick around for the day. Highs will mostly be in the 40s, but some spots in the Grand Valley will reach the lower 50s for the day. There will be a little more cloud cover for the morning hours, but by the time we reach the afternoon everywhere on the Western Slope will see clear and sunny skies. The clear skies will stick around for tomorrow morning causing it to be the coldest morning of the week. We will see an upper level ridge move in for tomorrow. This will cause highs to warm back up to the mid 50s by the end of the work week. As we look at the weekend temperatures will begin to slowly cool back down. Rain and snow chances will stay mostly out of the picture for the next few days, but we cold see more precipitation fall for Tuesday of next week.

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