Quiet and cold conditions cover most of Colorado, although scattered snow showers continue in the mountains and across the southern plains of the state.
It will be quite chilly overnight with lows in the teens for Denver and the eastern plains and single digits above and below zero in the mountains.
Skies will be mostly sunny for Denver on Tuesday, with highs in the upper 30s to low 40s on the plains. Scattered snow showers can be expected in the mountains with highs in the 20s.
Another cold front is set to roll in Tuesday night and bring more snow and colder weather for Wednesday and Thursday. Expect 3 to 5 inches of snow for Denver and the I-25 Corridor with 5 to 10 inches for the mountains. Temperatures will be dropping to the mid to upper 20s Wednesday. Road conditions will be slick and slow over much of the state through Thursday morning.
The coldest air will arrive Thursday with lows near zero in the Denver area and 10 to 15 below in the mountains. Highs on Thursday will stay in the teens to low 20s on the plains and in the 5 to 15 degrees above zero range in the mountains.
Friday will be dry and chilly with highs near freezing in Denver and in the teens to low 20s in the mountains.
Sunny and milder weather is expected next weekend with 50s for lower elevations and 30s in the high country.
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