It'll be a chilly and cloudy President's Day across Colorado!
We could see a few lingering flurries early Monday morning as one wave of snow moves out of the state. The roads will be icy, and snow-packed, so take it slow.
The next round of snow comes in Monday evening into Tuesday morning. This could create another treacherous morning commute.
Totals look to be around 1 to 4 inches for the Denver metro area, with the totals becoming smaller farther north and east. The foothills could see up to 8" in some spots by Tuesday.
Southern Colorado will get most of the moisture, with Winter Storm Warnings and Winter Weather Advisories in effect through Tuesday.
It's not just snow - cold air settles in by Monday morning with single digit lows expected through Wednesday morning.
And daytime highs won't be much better, only climbing into the teens Monday. They'll soar into the lower 20s Tuesday afternoon, running a solid 20 degrees below average.
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