2 more storm systems take aim at Colorado; heavy snow expected in some mountain communities

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DENVER -- Temperatures started cold Wednesday morning in the single digits with clear skies.

The Front Range stays sunny early, then turns partly cloudy Wednesday afternoon, with a high of 25 degrees.

If you have to travel Interstate 70 or any mountain corridor, please know that more snow is coming.

The mountains start sunny then turn cloudy as the first of two different storm systems approaches from the south. Southern Colorado will get the most snow from this first storm.

Mountain snow continues on Thursday (Thanksgiving). 1-4 inches of accumulation is expected in the central and northern mountains. The southern mountains will receive 8-12 inches.

The second storm system is larger and arrives Friday and Saturday. Snow accumulation of 2-6 inches is forecast for the central and northern mountains.  Southern mountains will get another 8-12 inches or more.

It will be extremely windy in the mountains Friday and Saturday. Expect gusts of 50-80 mph on the Divide and Front Range peaks, including Longs Peak, Eldora, Berthoud Pass, Loveland Pass and the 10-Mile Range.

Two more winter storms taking aim. Winter Storm Warnings for the Mountains. Meteorologist Chris Tomer.

Thanksgiving looks partly cloudy in Denver with a high of 40 degrees.

Friday and Saturday look windy with scattered snow showers (20% chance) for the metro area. Highs will be in the low 40s.

Sunday looks dry and sunny for travelers. The high will be 44 degrees in Denver.

Check Colorado interactive radar and zoom in to where you are. Plus, check the radar anytime with the Pinpoint Weather App for iPhone and Android.

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We're tracking Denver weather today on FOX31 and Channel 2 News - and when conditions are bad we send out the Weather Beast.

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