Frigid start to Monday followed by drier, warmer weather

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DENVER -- Snow is wrapping up in Colorado and will continue to taper off from north to south. Thanks to clearing skies, temperatures will fall to the teens for many places along the Front Range and on the Plains Sunday night into early Monday.

Denver will start off Monday around 12 degrees, breaking the record low temperature of 20 degrees set in 1970. Wind chills, thanks to a light breeze, will drop to the single digits and possibly below zero in some spots.

Thanks to sunshine and dry weather, temperatures warm up to the low 40s in Denver on Monday afternoon.

The warming trend and dry weather stays for the rest of the week. High temperatures make it into the 50s on Tuesday and Wednesday. The 60s will make a return by Thursday and stay through 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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