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Mild on Wednesday ahead of a powerful late night cold front

Thursday's forecast is looking super windy, with gusts of 30-50 mph for the Pikes Peak Region and I-25 corridor, 20-35 mph gusts for Teller County and Canon City, and gusts to 60 mph for the eastern Plains. The worst of the wind should weaken by sunset Thursday night, leaving us with a very cold night. Overnight lows heading into Friday morning will drop down to the single digits. Near seasonal temperatures on Friday will give way to a warm start to the weekend as 60s return in response to a building ridge of high pressure. Temperatures will cool from Sunday into early next week as another storm approaches Southern Colorado.
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