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Colorado could be below freezing for 5-straight days

Bring your pets inside and limit time outdoors as sub-zero temps freeze Colorado this weekend.

DENVER — A series of arctic fronts will arrive over the weekend, bringing bitterly-cold temperatures and snow showers to Colorado.

High temperatures in Denver will likely stay below freezing for five-straight days beginning Saturday with overnight lows below zero degrees.

A front arrives Saturday with frigid temperatures and a chance of snow. More arctic air will pour into Colorado on Sunday with much colder temperatures and continued chances of snow.

Overnight low temperatures are forecast to drop below zero degrees Sunday and Monday nights.

Wind Chill Advisories are out for the weekend for wind chill values of 20 degrees below zero over eastern Colorado.

The National Weather Service (NWS) advises the public to limit time outdoors and bundle up Saturday night through Monday night and maybe Tuesday.

Forecasted high in Denver

  • Saturday: 30°
  • Sunday: 9°
  • Monday: 11°
  • Tuesday: 30°
  • Wednesday: 32°

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