Michael Elizabeth Sakas interviews Jerry Mallett, president of Colorado Headwaters, in the Homestake Creek valley between near Red Cliff in March 2021. Mallett’s group works to restore and protect areas like this one, where a proposed dam could be situated. (Hart Van Denburg/CPR News)
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- High temperatures across the Front Range, Southern Colorado and the Eastern Plains will sit in the low-to-mid 60s through Friday.
- The most significant snowfall will occur in the Four Corners region, with between 3 to 8 inches of snow expected in southwest Colorado.
- Denver and other communities along the I-25 corridor could see one to four inches.
- The program could eventually lead to big federal dollars and clear a path for construction of the planned line.
- Post-Thanksgiving temperatures could drop into the negatives in some parts of the state.