DENVER - It was a cold start to the day and in Denver, the first day of below freezing temperatures this season. Today's sunshine will warm us into the lower 60s across the metro area, with winds between 5 to 15 mph across the plains and mountains. Temperatures will be right around normal statewide.
You'll find some high cloud cover moving in from the west ahead of our next storm. The clouds will increase across the plains on Thursday and by Friday, there could be some rain/snow showers in the Denver area. Although, the best chance for moisture will again be in the mountains. Friday's temperatures will be the coolest of the week, with highs in the low 50s.
As of now, this next system appears to clear out quickly for Halloween. We'll see highs near 60 on Halloween, with 40s and 50s for our little trick-or-treaters.
Sunday looks even prettier for the Broncos game. We're expecting mid-60s by tailgate time, with upper 50s to low 60s for the start of the game.
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