DENVER — Temperatures will continue to warm from day to day as the storm track remains away from Colorado.
Denver’s high hit the 50s on Wednesday, while 40s continued for most of the metro area, particularly the north side. The 40s and 50s will continue through the early weekend.
Temperatures in the 30s and 40s will continue throughout the mountains until the weekend.
A weather system will be cruising through the region this weekend to bring a change, albeit a minor one.
Starting Saturday, a slight cool down arrives in the mountains with a few areas of snow. That cool down and a slight chance of snow arrive along the Front Range and metro area late Saturday through Sunday.
The big weather headlines this week will continue for the East Coast and especially New England with a strong nor’easter impacting those areas through Friday.
The system is being described as a “bomb cyclone.” “Bbombogenesis” is a weather term that describes rapidly developing systems.
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