KUSA — A new record low was set Monday morning when the temperature fell to 18° at Denver International Airport. The previous record of 20° was set in 1970. Afternoon highs are expected to range from 43° to 48°.

While the official record of 18 was set at Denver International Airport, other places were much colder. Castle Rock dipped to 9° and Fort Collins and Greeley recorded a temperature of 10°

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We should be back to more seasonal temperatures by midweek with temperatures into the 50s and 60s.

Snow totals on Sunday were nothing to shake a stick at on Sunday, with Nederland hitting 10 and a half inches. A quick snow total provided by the National Weather Service can be seen here:

Estes Park got 9 and a half inches

Jamestown got 8 and a half inches

Riverside got 8 inches

Tabernash got 7 inches

Drake got 7 inches

Windsor got 6.9 inches

Pinecliffe got 6.3 inches

East-southeast Boulder got 6.3 inches

West-northwest Boulder got 5 and a half inches

Campion got 6 inches

South Denver got 5.6 inches

West Denver got 3 and a half inches

Loveland got 5 and a half inches

Broomfield got 5.1 inches

Crescent Village got 5 inches

Kelim got 5 inches

Silverthorne got 5 inches

Evergreen got 4.6 inches

Henderson got 4 inches

Cherry Creek Reservoir got 4 inches

Masonville got 3.8 inches

Floyd Hill got 3.7 inches

Aurora got 3 and a half inches

Manila Village got 3 and a half inches

Englewood got 3 and a half inches

Golden got 3.2 inches

Northglenn got 3 inches

Arvada got 3 inches

Denver International Airport got 2.7 inches

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