By Scott Dance, The Baltimore Sun
9:58 AM EST, January 8, 2013
A chill is coming to Denver in time for the Ravens' arrival to face the Broncos on Saturday, with temperatures likely in the teens at game time.
Though the Mile High City is enjoying a warm-up this week much like we are in Baltimore, with highs in the 50s, colder weather is forecast to move in Friday, according to the National Weather Service's Denver/Boulder forecast office. Friday brings highs in the 30s with a 40 percent chance of snow.
Saturday is expected to be even more brisk, with a daytime high around 20 and an overnight low around 4 degrees. Game time is 2:30 p.m. local time in Denver, putting it right around the "warmest" part of the day.
Forecasters say those temperatures are well below normal for Denver, and if there is snow cover, it could make it even more difficult to get out of the teens.
Those opting to fire up the grill or tailgate in the Baltimore area will still have the warm spell to enjoy, with highs close to 60 degrees Saturday and Sunday forecast.
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