Snow ends but coldest temperatures of the season remain

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DENVER -- Temperatures started below zero in many locations on New Year's Day morning. Highs will only reach the teens on Tuesday afternoon in Denver, Boulder and Fort Collins.

Snow ended early in the morning and sunshine will take over.

The central and northern mountains start with a few snow showers before ending and sunshine breaks out.

The exception is the southern mountains, where heavy snow will continue through Tuesday night.

Wednesday looks sunny and warmer with 30s across the Front Range. It will reach 60 degrees by Friday.

Saturday looks sunny with mild temperatures.

A storm system pushes snow into the mountains on Sunday. Wind across Colorado increases and continues to be strong into Monday with mild temperatures.

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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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