A bitter cold Arctic air mass is bringing the coldest weather we've experienced so far this season. Our afternoon high made it to 0 in Denver on Saturday- we made it to 6 degrees for Sunday afternoon.
A Wind Chill Warning remains in place until 11 a.m. on Tuesday. We will have light snow affecting the Front Range Sunday night into Monday morning.
Denver and the northeastern plains will likely see around 2-4 inches of snow through Monday. The northern and central mountains will see wind and snow with 1 to 2 feet of snow through the start of next week. Our highs will still be in the single digits with below zero wind chill.
The mountains and western sections of Colorado will be cold, but not as severe as the eastern plains. Teens in the mountains and 20s to low 30s over far western Colorado, but Winter storm Warnings and Winter weather Advisories are in effect for snow and blowing snow through tomorrow.
The deep freeze will ease starting Tuesday and highs will rise to near 40 degrees in Denver next Wednesday!
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