After a brief reprieve from the really cold air, it looks like another shot of cold air is due for midweek. Recently, most of northern Canada has had temperatures well below zero and today was no exception. Check it out:
While we likely won't see temperatures quite that cold, late Wednesday and Thursday will provide a pretty good shock to the system. Luckily for us, the core of the coldest air will be felt in the Plains and Midwest. By late Wednesday, the front should be completely through Southern Colorado:
Some snow and wind will occur with this front, but snow amounts do not look to become an issue. An inch or two here or there, but nothing that would snarl travel. High temperatures on Thursday likely won't get out of the lower to middle teens for most of us. So, get ready for more cold...
Chief Meteorologist Brian Bledsoe
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