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Pinpoint Weather Forecast
The frigid temperatures continued today as the deep freeze is well entrenched across Colorado. Tonight will bring another round of below zero readings in Denver and along the eastern plains. Skies will be partly cloudy and there could be a few light flurries much like last night. Tomorrow we'll have limited sunshine with high readings inching up into the teens. Our next storm will have snow underway in the Colorado mountains on Saturday and WINTER STORM WATCHES are already in place for up to a foot of new snow by Sunday afternoon. That snow will move across Denver and the Front range from late Saturday into early Sunday. Accumulation looks to be on the light side with most places in Denver getting less than an inch. Temperatures will stay in the cold teens. If you're heading to the Broncos - Titans game at Mile High expect temperatures at kickoff (2:05PM) to be between 12-15 degrees. Those readings could rival the second coldest home game in Denver history...13 degree kickoff temperature during the Broncos - Ravens game earlier this year. Make sure to prepare for the cold! Sunshine and dry weather returns for next week and it looks like we will cross the freezing mark on Wednesday when high temperatures finally hit the 40s!
Chief Meteorologist Dave Fraser