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DENVER -- Another storm system will impact travel in Colorado's mountains on Thanksgiving day. Here is what you can expect during the long holiday weekend.

Thanksgiving: A system is blowing through overnight Wednesday through midday Thursday. This system will bring 2 to 5 inches of fresh snow to some of the central and northern mountains. That snow will not make it down to the metro areas, but the wind pushing this system through will reach the Front Range. Gusty wind in the morning will slow down into the afternoon as it pushes the clouds out of the way. Temperatures will start in the 20s to 30s and will hit the 40s and 50s in the afternoon.

Black Friday:  The weather will not hold back shoppers Friday which will have plenty of sunshine and highs in the 50s at the area stores.

Broncos Game:  Another fast-moving cold front will bring more clouds, wind, and colder temperatures on Sunday along with the possibility of rain or snow.  Kickoff temps will be in the upper 30s and then below freezing by the end of the game.  So, for the first time this season it looks like a “cold weather game” at Mile High.