KUSA - Snow and cold temperatures remain across Colorado this week.
Light snow began falling along the Front Range early Tuesday morning with temperatures in the middle to upper teens. That will be the warmest air we see all day as temperatures fall into the single digits by the afternoon. Snow will continue to fall off and on Tuesday with 1 to 3 inches expected for most locations along the Front Range. Castle Rock and areas over the Palmer Divide will see more with 2 to 5 inches of snow expected.
Wednesday through Friday
Wednesday will bring a break from the snow for areas along the Front Range, however this current cold unsettled pattern will continue bringing snow off and on to the mountains, Front Range and northeast plains through Saturday.
Temperatures will remain well below seasonal norms, with the coldest days being Tuesday through Thursday. Highs will be in the single digits across the Urban Corridor and northeast plains, with lows well below zero.
A Winter Storm Warning will be posted for more snow in the mountains west of Vail Pass Monday with another 8 to 16 inches of snow starting midday Monday.
A Winter Storm Warning will also be issued for southeast Colorado near Lamar, Springfield and Holly until 11 a.m. Tuesday for 5 to 9 inches of new snow.
A Winter Storm Watch will be posted for locations near Burlington and Cheyenne Wells for 4 to 6 inches of snow Monday night into Tuesday.
There are currently no winter weather advisories posted for Denver.