DENVER — A powerful winter storm has moved into the middle of the country impacting much of the Midwest and the Mississippi Valley.
Cold winds are swirling around the backside of this massive storm system and will keep Colorado in a chilly weather regime for the next several days.
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Cold weather will linger across the state for the rest of the week. Highs will stay in the 30s on Thursday, the mountains will be in the 20s with a few more inches of snow. The southwest suburbs of Denver may even see a few flurries.
Friday will be another cold day with morning lows in the single digits and daytime highs only in the upper 20s to low 30s.
The weather will stay cold through the weekend, although temperatures will moderate a little Saturday and Sunday.
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