DENVER (CBS4) – Our continuous cold wave goes on through the end of the weekend. The Arctic cold will stay in place for Sunday and will mix it up with another upper level low pressure system spinning from Utah into Wyoming. Intially, this low pushed in southwesterly winds over the region on Saturday. This helped to end the snow flurries over the Denver metro area. As this low pushes into Wyoming on Sunday our winds will shift around to the north-northwest by afternoon.
This will re-energize snow over the Front Range just in time for the Bronco game. In fact we could even see a few inches accumulate by the Monday morning drive.
(credit: CBS4/Colorado’s Weather Center)
Monday morning will still see a few snow showers and remain cold. It looks like we should finally start to see some recovery from the cold wave by Tuesday. As we clear out and finally, make it above freezing !
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