The National Weather Service issued a FREEZE WARNING for most of the Front Range last night. Sub-freezing temperatures were considered to be highly likely overnight.

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The low temperature this morning was above 32 degrees, but the forecast calls for the mid 20's for Saturday night. Wind gusts from 20 to 45 mph were common last night as the cold front came in but the winds will be calming down today. Cool air will flirt with freezing early today and tomorrow, so cover your tender vegetation. High temperatures today are expected to be in the mid 50s.

Source-9 News.com