Weekend snow and cold
Sub freezing temperatures until next week
DENVER - You're waking up on this Friday to temperatures below zero yet again; however they are not as cold as yesterday and we won't break or tie another cold record.
Thursday morning, Denver officially hit 15 below zero tying the record low for this day. Wednesday also set a record low temperature at DIA of 13 below, the previous record was 5 below from 2008.
We'll see more clouds today than we did Thursday. The sunshine Thursday was great to melt just a little bit of the snow, but don't expect much more today. Light snow is possible from any clouds that move over, also. Although, most of the accumulating snow will remain in smaller pockets of the high country.
Friday afternoon will stay just as frigid as Thursday, mostly single digit highs.
Hardly any change to the cold this weekend -- lows near 0 and below and highs in the lower teens. There will be a another round of light to moderate snow Saturday and early Sunday.
That snow isn't expected to be anything too significant for the metro area, but the cold may be significant for the Bronco game. That middle afternoon game will be in the upper single digits!
The sub-freezing temperatures will stretch past this weekend into next week. Denver may get back to about freezing by next Wednesday.
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