ARVADA, Colo. (CBS4)– Commuters at Denver metro area RTD stops tried to keep warm before the sun came up on Thursday morning as temperatures dipped below zero.

Denver was at -5 but it felt more like negative 17 with the wind.

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That left some commuters sitting in their cars to keep warm at the RTD station at 36th and Sheridan until their bus arrived.

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“I don’t like it when it goes so quickly I would prefer it that the weather would go down slowly but we can’t predict that and we can’t control it,” said Arvada resident Marge Lincoln.

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The high in Denver is expected to break into the double digits and hit around 20 as a snowstorm with relatively milder air from the west moves in.