Cold blast hits Front Range, temps to drop into 20s by Wednesday morning
DENVER — Another Freeze Warning is in effect for west metro Denver, the Front Range Foothills and the northeastern Plains of Colorado until 9 a.m. Wednesday.
There is a chance of a few flurries in the metro area and snow showers in the Foothills, but no accumulation is expected.
The front brought a cold start for many across the state, with lows at or below freezing Tuesday morning. Temperatures in many parts of the metro area struggled to get out of the 30s all day Tuesday.
The entire state is in for another cold night Tuesday night, with a low of 26 degrees in Denver.
Temperatures are expected to stay cool Wednesday and Thursday, before the next weather maker moves in Friday bringing more snow to the Mountains and mixed showers to the metro area.