THANKSGIVING DAY: Temperatures will be much cooler, and we hold on to strong wind and could possibly see a few snow showers. While the snow doesn’t look terribly significant, any snow showers, coupled with the strong wind, may slow travel. Places like Woodland Park, Palmer Lake, Monument and Black Forest may have some light accumulations on Thursday morning. Areas to the south/southwest of Pueblo may also have some light accumulations. We could see a few slick roads in areas that see snow. Either way, plan on a windy and cold day with high temperatures in the 30s and 40s. Any leftover snow showers should taper off by late morning into the afternoon.