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Rain, heavy wind in the city with snow in the mountains

For the Denver metro area on Thursday strong winds with up to 34 km / h and morning rains are predicted, snow showers and cool temperatures are expected in the highlands.

According to the National Weather Service in Boulder, there is a rain probability of 20 percent before 9 o'clock in the morning.

It is partly sunny with a high temperature of around 61 degrees, says the NWS.

There are snow showers in the mountains and the high temperatures in the mountains will be between 33 and 44 degrees, says the weather service.

On Good Friday, which is also the first day of Pasha's devotion, Mother Nature will, according to NWS, work together in sunny skies and temperatures close to 74 degrees.

On Saturday, the 20th anniversary of the Columbine massacre, warmed by meteorologists with a high temperature of about 79 degrees.


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