DENVER: A Wind Chill Advisory (for wind chill around -25) is in effect for the Denver metro until Monday. A Wind Chill Warning (-35 degrees wind chill) for the rest of the eastern plains. A bitter cold air mass remains entrenched over the center of the United States, including eastern Colorado!
Temperatures will be some of the coldest we have seen in a few years in February. Lows this morning tumbled to -5 to -15 degrees Sunday. We set a record Saturday night with a low of -10 degrees in Denver. Highs today were also very cold, with temps around 0 to 5 degrees across the metro-area.
Overnight, expect lows to plummet to around -10 to -15 degrees across the Front Range again, with wind chill values at dangerous levels.
Temperatures will stay cold Monday afternoon, but not as cold. Highs will be in the 20s to start the week. 30s for highs return Tuesday and Wednesday.
More snow will be possible by late Tuesday into Wednesday. By Friday, milder weather looks to return, with highs in the 40s, with 50s into next weekend!
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