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Cold Thanksgiving, Warming for Black Friday


THANKSGIVING: Mostly cloudy skies with temps cooler in the 30's and low 40's. The Pikes Peak Region is expected to stay dry for the remainder of the afternoon and evening. Snow showers will taper off by 4 PM for the southern I-25 corridor.

BLACK FRIDAY: It'll be a chilly start to the day, with seasonal temperatures making a return by the afternoon. We look to stay dry and enter a brief calm stretch of weather.

EXTENDED: Highs Saturday and Sunday will stay in the upper-50s and 60s with dry weather expected for your Saturday.

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Joe Ruch

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