Feb 21, 2012 5:25 PM by Mike Madson
As a series of cold fronts blasts across Colorado, we'll alternate "the warm before the storm" (VERY warm in some cases) with "oh yeah, it's still Winter" days. Tonight, the blustery winds will continue, with most overnight lows in the 30s. Gusty winds will continue on Wednesday, as some highs on the southeastern plains hit 70 (50s/60s for the rest of us). A front will move through Wednesday night, bringing colder air for Thursday (30s/40s), and a chance for some snowflakes. Friday will be just a bit warmer, with stronger winds and warmer temps (50s/60s) on Saturday. The next front will move in Sunday, increasing those wind speeds again, and dropping temps into the 30s/40s by early next week.