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Warmer and sunny across Colorado on Sunday – Denver, Colorado

Denver, Colorado 2022-01-01 09:05:42 –

A strong cold front passed through the Denver Metro area and northern Colorado, bringing 3 to 6 inches of snow to the front range.

The snow came a day late to prevent the horrific wildfires that caused many destructions in Louisville and the Superior region.

read more: How to help people affected by the Marshall fire in Boulder County

In Denver, the snow that fell before this storm was only 3/10 inches. By the end of December, Denver’s average snowfall is about 20 inches. This is the first significant humidity in a few months for a dry front range.

The snow brightened overnight and the temperature dropped. A single-digit minimum temperature is seen this morning, and the wind cools about 10 to 20 degrees below freezing.

The snow continues in the mountains and about 8 to 16 inches of fresh powder is available for holiday skiers.

The sky will be clear by this afternoon, but it will be a cold start until 2022. Highest temperatures in mid-teens are expected this afternoon.

Sunday mornings get terribly cold, with a minimum temperature of 0 to 5 along the I-25 corridor and a minimum temperature of 15 to 20 in the mountains. The sky is sunny on Sundays, the mountains have the highest temperatures in their twenties, and the Denver region has the lowest temperatures in their mid-30s.

Mondays and Tuesdays are dry and calm, Mondays are in the mid-40s and Tuesdays are close to 50 degrees Celsius.

Another cold front brings snow and cold front opportunities next Wednesday and Thursday.

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