9NEWS Chief Meteorologist Kathy Sabine says we should look for gradual clearing with lighter winds and lows dropping into the lower 30s Monday night.
Kathy says you should take precautions to protect tender plants and vegetation and you may also want to cover up exposed pipes.
THE WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY posted for the mountains has been cancelled as the snow activity is coming to an end. Up to 6 inches of snow has been reported; about 3 inches fell in Breckenridge. In southern Colorado, 4 inches were reported at the Climax Mine in Lake County.
A FREEZE WARNING has also been posted overnight for southeastern Colorado.
A WIND ADVISORY remains in effect for extreme eastern Colorado until 6 p.m. Yuma, Wray and Burlington are included. When the wind advisory expires, a FROST ADVISORY will be posted for the same area overnight.
Tuesday will be an improvement with mostly sunny skies and lighter winds. It will remain cool in the city with afternoon temperatures in the upper 50s and lower 60s.
Stay with 9NEWS with the latest on the changing weather conditions.
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