Wednesday, highs soared to the 60s and 70s across the metro-area and plains. Denver International Airport recorded a high of 71 degrees. That's 2 degrees shy of the record, set back in 1939, and more than 25 degrees above the average high.
Thursday, we'll see one more dry and mild day. Highs will be in the low 60s in Denver, with 30s and 40s in the mountains.
A High Wind Warning will take effect on Thursday over our Front Range mountains and foothills. Wind gusts could reach up to 80 mph, making for difficult travel especially for high profile vehicles.
Our next storm will hit Colorado Thursday night and Friday as a cold front pushes in. Expect much colder temperatures and more heavy snow for the mountains.
Denver and the Front Range should see at least a few inches of snow Friday into Saturday, with temperatures dropping into the 30s for highs, and teens for lows.
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