By Lauren Whitney


What a cold day in Denver! The cold wasn’t just your imagination, Tuesday was the coldest February 20th on record. We only reached 13 degrees, breaking the old coldest high temperature of 16 degrees from 1911.

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Our overnight lows will once again be bitter. We’ll be in the single digits to zero degrees for the front range and plains. A Wind Chill Advisory will be in place for Yuma, Kit Carson, and Cheyenne counties through Wednesday morning as the wind chill could drop to -20 degrees.



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Snow should clear overnight, with some fog possible in the plains.

Most of Wednesday is clear and cold, with temperatures staying below freezing. It could be Thursday or even Friday by the time we can finally transition out of the deep freeze.

More snow possible in the high country on Wednesday night through Friday. It’s possible a few flurries or light snow showers could reach Denver for the end of the week. At this time we don’t expect any more accumulating snowfall in the metro area through the weekend.

5day Another Bitter Night Ahead

snowpack Another Bitter Night Ahead

Watch meteorologist Lauren Whitney on CBS4 News on weekday evenings at 5, 6, 6:30 p.m. Check out her bio, connect with her on Facebook or follow her on Twitter @LaurenCBS4.


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