By Ashton Altieri


DENVER (CBS4) – Temperatures in the Denver area have been stuck in the single digits, teens, and 20s since Saturday afternoon. Nothing will change on Tuesday with nearly the entire state of Colorado staying in the deep freeze.

A CBS4 City Cam in Denver showed the sunrise Tuesday morning. The temperature was 17 degrees at daybreak. (credit: CBS)

The forecast high temperature in Denver on Tuesday is 23° or only slightly warmer from Monday when the city officially reached only 20°.


In addition to the cold, flurries are possible through the morning and into the early afternoon. Then after 3 p.m., the snow should intensify enough to cause minor accumulation through the evening hours. A total of 1-3 inches is possible with many areas staying under 1 inch.

Looking beyond Tuesday, sunshine will finally return on Tuesday. And the combination of sunshine and a shifting wind direction will allow temperatures to finally climb above freezing. But still no where close our normal high of 47° in Denver on February 20.

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CBS4 has partnered with the Denver Rescue Mission to Spread the Warmth this winter. We’re bringing the community together for Coloradans experiencing homelessness. Find out how to help at CBSDenver.com/SpreadtheWarmth/.

Ashton Altieri

Comments
  1. Justin Ryne Wilhelm says:

    Deep freeze? It was 46 on Saturday and hasn’t been below zero since the 7th.

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