Bitter cold temperatures overnight, -35 degrees in parts of Colorado


Extremely cold temperatures were recorded in Colorado overnight Saturday, with several spots dipping below zero degrees, according to the National Weather Service (NWS).

“The Antero Reservoir in Park County recorded a low temperature of -35 ° F overnight. This is their coldest nighttime low since January 12, 2021!” the NWS said in a Tweeter Sunday morning.

The table below shows a few other locations that fell below zero by 9pm on Saturday night.

Table credit: The National Meteorological Service

Much of the state will warm to more average temperatures this week, according to the NWS forecast.

“Under mostly sunny skies, the cold air mass will continue to mix today, with near-normal high temperatures expected this afternoon,” the NWS said in a weather forecast on Sunday.

On Monday and Tuesday winds will reach up to 60 MPH with gusts of 75 MPH possible over the high mountains and Front Range Foothills.

“Snow is likely in the mountains Tuesday through Thursday, and a period of snow is also likely in the plains Wednesday evening or Wednesday evening. Snow will likely return to the mountains on Saturday,” the NWS predicts.

Editor’s Note: All weather reports are subject to change.

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