Denver, Colorado 2021-01-14 08:33:48 –
It will be even windier on Thursday. A few days of strong wind events will follow, bringing hurricane storms to parts of Colorado.
According to the National Weather Service, the highest temperature in Denver on Thursday will be sunny at 41 degrees Celsius. The northwest wind is 20 mph, with gusts of 34 mph, and many continue to hold their hats.
Outside the metro area, truck drivers are warned to get off the road early Thursday. A 50 mph gust spread throughout the state, with a 116 mph gust recorded at Brickenridge Ski Resort shortly after 2 am.
Snow falls on the mountains on Thursday afternoons and evenings, and strong winds and blizzards create a dangerous situation.
A cold front is coming late Thursday night, with gusts of over 80 mph in the mountains and over 55 mph in the plains. Denver is almost sunny, with a minimum temperature of 21 degrees Celsius and winds of 20 mph.
It’s sunny on Friday and the maximum temperature is close to 47 degrees Celsius. The wind continues into the evening, eventually calming downtown and the minimum temperature drops to 28 degrees Celsius.
Weekends are expected to be high in the mid-40s under clear skies and low in the 20s overnight. The next snow possibility is a small system on Saturday and Monday.
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