Finally, some milder air has returned to Denver, the Front Range and eastern plains. Our official high was 47 degrees at DIA for Wednesday.
Winds in the mountains and foothills will be strong from the northwest, with gusts as high as 55-65 mph. Areas of blowing and drifting snow may limit visibility at times through evening.
More heavy mountain snow will develop Thursday, with Winter Weather Advisories and Winter Storm Warnings in place for our northern and central mountains. Expect snow, heavy at times, and blowing snow over higher terrain.
Another cold front will move across Colorado Thursday, with more mountain snow temperatures dropping dramatically Thursday afternoon.
As skies clear Friday, temperatures will be below freezing, but not nearly as intense as the last week.
Milder weather will move into Colorado over the weekend and Denver should have highs in the 40s to low 50s Saturday through Monday!
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