Snow, Plummeting Temperatures Start the Week in Denver

By Courtney Spamer, Meteorologist
January 28, 2014; 1:55 AM ET
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Snow is making roads slippery and treacherous around Denver, while frigid air arrives.

The I-25 and I-70 corridors are snow covered and slippery for the Monday commute, according to the Colorado Department of Transportation.

A cold front moved through the area late on Sunday, bringing with it the start of accumulating snow.

Temperatures dropped from the mid-50s on Sunday evening to the teens by midnight. With windier conditions accompanying the front, RealFeel® temperatures will be near zero.

Snow will continue throughout the day on Monday, ending during the evening. When the storm is said and done, there will be a fresh blanket of 3 to 6 inches, with higher amounts to the west in higher elevations.

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Temperatures are forecast to be a bit higher on Tuesday when compared to Monday, climbing into the upper 20s.

Temperatures will continue to climb heading into Wednesday when they will make a run towards the 60-degree mark.


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