COLORADO, USA — Bundle up, Colorado, temperatures are going to drop even lower this weekend.
A series of arctic cold fronts will arrive over the weekend, bringing frigid temperatures and snow showers to the Centennial State.
The National Weather Service (NWS) is forecasting high temperatures in Denver to be near or below freezing for several days and with overnight lows sliding below zero.
The first cold front arrives overnight Friday dropping temperatures and bringing a chance for snow.
The next front comes Saturday night with even colder temperatures and more chances for snow.
Arctic air will then pour into northeast Colorado on Sunday with much colder temperatures and a chance for snow into next week.
Overnight low temperatures are forecast to drop below zero Sunday and Monday nights. Wind chills could get as low as 20 degrees below zero.
NWS advises the public to limit time outdoors and bundle up Saturday night through Monday night.
Forecasted highs in Denver
- Saturday: 33°
- Sunday: 17°
- Monday: 5°
- Tuesday: 19°
- Wednesday: 31°
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