Freeze warnings posted; coldest night since April 25 expected

DENVER -- The potential first freeze of the season in Denver could happen Tuesday morning and another freeze possible Wednesday morning.

Denver is expected to reach 29 degrees on Tuesday morning, which would be the first freeze since April 25.

It would not be a hard freeze for the metro area.

In addition to cold temperatures, there will be some additional rain and snow overnight with potential travel issues.

Icing is possible on elevated surfaces in the metro area and slushy to snow-packed roads are possible through Tuesday morning in the mountains.

Tuesday will warm gradually into the upper 30s, but cloud cover will remain and there will be additional rain and snow to move through, althoug, the heaviest rain and snow will stay to the east of the city and over the Plains.

There will also be some pockets of heavy snow again in the mountains, but that won't be nearly as widespread.

Wednesday will be a frozen start again, with isolated rain and snow showers around. The afternoon will slowly attempt to reach the 40s.

Thursday and Friday will be warmer days, likely in the 50s, but that's temporary as another cold and snowy system approaches the state for the weekend.

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We're tracking weather today on FOX31 Denver and Channel 2 News - and when conditions are bad we send out the Weather Beast.

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