10:30 Am MDT, Wednesday, October 14, 2020
For many parts of the Front Range region there has already been frosts and freezes going back to the first snow on September 8th. But some areas have escaped anything too damaging. A cold front approaching Cheyenne late this morning should sweep down the Front Range this afternoon. With a good possibility of clear skies and lighter winds late tonight, there is a good chance for widespread temperatures in the upper 20s to low 30s by Thursday morning, and maybe again on Friday morning.
Until then expect warm and windy weather to give way to cooler and windy weather this afternoon and evening. The winds should ease up during the night. Thursday should be a cool day but mainly sunny, then warming up again by Friday afternoon.