Temperatures drop fast as cold front rolls through Denver
DENVER — A cold front pushed through metro Denver Monday afternoon, quickly dropping temperatures from the 60s into the 30s.
Fog and a low cloud deck could arrive in the city around sunset.
Drizzle could develop in some locations which will have the potential to make some bridges and overpasses icy.
Temperatures will be very cold Monday night with readings in the low to mid-20s.
The fog will burn off early Tuesday and temperatures will get back into the 50s.
“On Wednesday we get another round of gusty wind which will help spike temperatures back into the mid-60s,” Chief Meteorologist Dave Fraser says. “Then another cold front slips across eastern Colorado on Thursday with rain showers that will mix with snow heading into Friday morning. Accumulating snow does not look possible at this time.”
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