Front Range to climb out of the deep freeze with drier conditions

DENVER -- Thursday started with readings below zero in most places. While these morning lows did not break any records, it was the coldest morning of the year.

It will not be that frigid on Thursday night, but overnight lows will be in the single digits -- above zero -- in most places.

Denver will be dry through the end of next week. There will be some mountain snow on Saturday and on Monday.

Temperatures will improve with most days in the seasonal low to mid-40s. The only exception will be on Sunday as a weak cold front slides across metro Denver, dipping temperatures into the mid-30s and causing the wind to turn gusty.

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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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