DENVER (CBS4)- All of Colorado was blasted with wicked winds Wednesday! Wind damage was prevalent from the mountains to the plains. https://denver.cbslocal.com/2021/12/15/high-wind-warning-downed-power-lines-toppled-tree-arvada-golden/

As expected many communities were battered with hurricane force gusts which are anything over 74 mph. With the biggest gusts surging up over 100 mph for some.

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Rocky Flats wound up with 94 mph gust by late afternoon.

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Denver’s official gust at DIA came in right at 60 mph.

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Winds will be much calmer on Thursday but, wont go away completely.

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There is another cold front on the way by Friday. This system will be weaker with most of the wind and moisture flowing into the northern Rockies of Montana. While the weaker dragging cold front will bring snow into the mountains Thursday night.

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Snow amounts will be light Thursday night into Friday afternoon some mountain spots will see 1 to 4 inches of snow with cooler temperatures for most of the state.

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First Alert Meteorologist Dave Aguilera