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BREAKING: Denver Metro Areas Experience Severe Wind Storms

Over the next two days, Colorado is projected to experience high winds throughout the state.

Wind gusts in areas around Denver, including the foothills, are expected to reach up to 100 miles per hour (mph), according to the US National Weather Service Denver/Boulder Colorado’s forecast April 5. 

According to US National Weather Service’s article, “Dangers from high winds include flying debris, reduced visibility due to dust, damaged or destroyed structures, downed power lines, and overturned vehicles. The National Weather Service will issue a high wind watch when there is around a 50 percent chance for high winds to develop during the next day or two. When the threat becomes more certain in a specific area, a high wind warning will be issued.”

Due to the anticipated weather conditions, power lines in areas around the Denver metro area and Larimer County will be de-energized to reduce risks. 

“[Xcel] is set to start cutting power in its lines around 3 p.m. Saturday and continue through Sunday. It says an estimated 55,000 customers may be impacted in Boulder County, small sections of Gilpin, Jefferson, Larimer, Douglas and Broomfield Counties, and the West Denver Metro area along the foothills,” CBS News said in an article.

The high winds and severe weather conditions are expected to continue throughout both Saturday, April 6 and Sunday, April 7. 

This is a developing story. Submit your photos and videos of the weather by emailing us at [email protected].

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