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DENVER (KDVR) — Dangerous, record-breaking arctic air settled into Colorado over the weekend.

Monday is another Pinpoint Weather Alert Day due to the frigid cold.

Multiple cold weather-related records were broken over the weekend. First, the record low maximum, or the coldest high temperature, which was eight degrees from 1895.

Denver’s high reached 1 degree Sunday, breaking the record.

The record low Sunday was 10 degrees below zero from 1903. That record was broken at 9:34 p.m. when the temperature hit 14 degrees below zero.

The record low for Monday is 20 degrees below zero from 1881.

If Denver hits 20 degrees below zero at any point Monday, it would be the first time since 1990 that the official temperature in Denver has reached 20 degrees below zero.

The lowest temperature Denver recorded on Monday, as of 9:20 a.m., was 16 degrees below zero. Denver’s official temperature comes from Denver International Airport.

Here’s a look at some of the other temperatures recorded on Monday morning, according to the Pinpoint Weather team:

  • Crook: 33 degrees below zero
  • Limon: 27 degrees below zero
  • Fort Collins: 12 degrees below zero
  • Greeley: 15 degrees below zero
  • Burlington: 23 degrees below zero
  • Lamar: 28 degrees below zero
  • Springfield: 21 degrees below zero
  • Colorado Springs: 15 degrees below zero
  • Denver: 16 degrees below zero
  • Pueblo: 20 degrees below zero