DENVER — Snow began falling across northern Colorado and the Front Range early Tuesday morning. The snow will continue through the afternoon and into the evening commute.
Temperatures will be in the teens with snow accumulating throughout the day.
Snow continues overnight into the Wednesday morning commute. Temperatures will be in the single digits and teens. Snow accumulation is likely.
Total snow accumulation will be 5-12 inches in Denver, Boulder, Loveland, Highlands Ranch, Castle Rock, Parker and Fort Collins.
About 8 inches of snow will fall by Wednesday morning at Denver International Airport. The mountains can expect 5-12 inches.
Snow ends just after the Wednesday morning commute.
The sun breaks through Wednesday afternoon, then a very cold night settles in with record-breaking low temperatures.
It will drop to 0 degrees in Denver. The record low for Thursday is 10 degrees. The all-time record low for October is minus-2 degrees set on Oct. 29, 1917. The second-coldest October reading is 1 degree set on Oct. 25, 1873.
Sunshine returns on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. It will be warmer, with highs in the 30s and 40s as the snow begins to melt.
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