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Wind...Snow...and Sub-Freezing Temperatures on the way!

Just when you thought Spring temperatures were here to stay...remember it is Spring in Colorado! Temperatures nearly 15 degrees above normal will trick you into thinking it's time to put plants in your garden on Wednesday. However - a STRONG cold front on Thursday will allow temperatures to plummet late Thursday night and through Saturday. All areas across eastern Utah and western Colorado are anticipated to be below freezing by Friday morning and again on Saturday morning. Significant amounts of snow are possible late Thursday into Friday not only in the mountains, but some valley locations may also see snowfall mainly across Northwest Colorado. In the meantime, critical fire weather conditions are expected across Southwest Colorado Wednesday as conditions remain dry and become very windy. Red Flag Warnings are in effect. 


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Forecast Low Temperatures Saturday Morning (coldest day after cold front passes through)