DENVER Temperatures were once again frigid and subzero overnight, making for icy roads for yet another morning commute on Friday.
One morning after Denver tied a record-low as temperatures dipped to -15 degrees Thursday, temperatures were expected to remain below zero until around 7 a.m. on Friday.
And there is no reprieve to the bitter cold in the near future.
Despite the sun that is expected Friday, the state is expected to see another blast of arctic air, only allowing most areas to experience temperatures in the single digits during the day with another night of subzero temperatures on the horizon.
That news led many schools and districts to cancel or delay classes for students on Friday. Click here for the full list.
Watches & Warnings
This pattern of extreme cold is expected to hang around through the weekend, with a good chance of snow returning Saturday night into Sunday.
The Broncos play the Tennessee Titans this weekend at Mile High and there will be a chance for light snow during the game. The temperature at kick off (2:05 p.m.) is expected to be around 12 degrees, and will only get colder throughout the game.
However, this weekend’s disturbance is expected to create movement and allow a change in winds from the west at the start of the week. That should allow for temperatures to warm up and climb back above freezing by Wednesday.