By Lauren Whitney


Our very wet spring storm continues to move out of Colorado. After the moisture moves out and the clouds clear, we’re in for some very cold overnight temperatures.

A Freeze Warning starts early tomorrow morning for the entire I-25 corridor from the Wyoming to New Mexico border as temperatures will tumble near freezing to the upper 20s. If you’ve already planted, and can cover or bring your plants in, you’ll want to do that tonight. This could also cause issues for irrigation systems and swamp coolers.

Snow really piled up in the foothills and mountains. Snow totals ranged from just a “trace” officially for Denver at DIA to more than 40 inches of snow in the foothills of Boulder County. Allenspark has seen the most with 42 inches followed by Ward with 41.7 and Pinecliffe with 31.9 inches.

17 Very Cold Temperatures Expected Overnight

Saturday brings warmer temperatures in the afternoon, with highs in the upper 50s and plenty of sunshine. Sunday through Tuesday, highs are back to the 60s with chances for afternoon storms.


5day Very Cold Temperatures Expected Overnight

drought monitor Very Cold Temperatures Expected Overnight

Watch meteorologist Lauren Whitney on CBS4 News on weekday evenings at 5, 6, 6:30 and 10 p.m. Check out her bio, connect with her on Facebook or follow her on Twitter @LaurenCBS4.


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