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Saturday November 22, 2014 - morning update

This morning is a chilly start so you will want a jacket as you walk out of the door. However, the afternoon along the Front Range will be warm and beautiful as afternoon highs climb well above average. The mountains will start to see snowfall  this afternoon into the overnight hours as a quick-moving, but strong, cold front sweeps across the state this weekend. 

Front Range & Denver Metro Area: Cold to start with temperatures in the 20s. This afternoon highs will be near 60 degrees and breezy! A few more clouds will build into the area later today.  

Foothills/Valleys: Partly cloudy this morning and cold. This afternoon highs will be in the 50s with a stronger wind. Gusts may be near 20 mph. Clouds will build late this afternoon.

Plains: Mostly clear and cold to start with temperatures in the 20s this morning, climbing to the 50s later today.    

Mountains: The day starts quiet, but this afternoon a stronger (but quick-moving) cold front will sweep through and bring more snowfall to the higher elevations. Winter Storm Warning and Winter Weather Advisory will be in effect Saturday night through Monday. Some of the higher totals in the north central mountains may be anywhere from 12 - 20" of new snow by Monday afternoon!  Highs will be in the 30s this afternoon. 

Western Slope: This morning more clouds are across the area to start the day. We will see a chance for some areas of light snowfall late tonight and into tomorrow. Mainly just a few inches are possible. Highs today will be in the low 40s. 
 
Extended Forecast: Sunday we will continue to see snowfall in the mountains. In the lower elevations there is just a slight chance for flurries. However, you will notice a difference in the temperatures! Highs will only be in the 30s for Sunday and Monday with lows in the teens! 

 

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