Highs near 70 Wednesday, snow likely by weekend

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DENVER -- We are expected to have a warm Wednesday in the works, with high temperatures of 67 expected. But it isn't expected to hang around for long.

Clouds are expected to increase in Denver by Wednesday afternoon, and a cold front could swing through the Metro area around sunrise on Thursday to give us a cooler day, with highs in the mid 50s.

Snow is expected to increase in the mountains on Friday, but we are expected to get a pretty nice fall day in the Metro area, with highs near 58. Cooler temperatures, however, are expected to arrive by Saturday and into Sunday, at which point the forecast calls for much cooler temperatures.

Highs will likely struggle to even hit the low 40s on Sunday, with snow showers possible during the Denver Broncos Broncos game against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday night.

That snow may linger into the Monday morning commute, which would mean a very cold start to the work week, with temperatures around 20.

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