Cold front delivers snow, wind, low temperatures to Colorado high country
April 29, 2010
DENVER (AP) – As a cold front is brought high winds, snow, rain and plunging temperatures to Colorado on Wednesday, widespread wind damage was reported across Grand County.
The National Weather Service forecasts occasional high winds and at least a slight chance of snow every day between now and next Wednesday
The National Weather Service has also issued winter advisories for parts of the state. Snowfall of up to 10 inches was expected in parts of Colorado’s northern and central mountains.
Winds of more than 50 mph whipped along the Front Range in advance of the cold front.
The Denver area likely will miss snow and get rain instead Thursday. The metro area’s high temperatures were expected to drop 30 degrees from Wednesday’s high of nearly 80 degrees.