Snow to be replaced by cold

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The snow is tapering off across much of Southern Colorado, as a winter storm dumped up to two feet of snow.

With temperatures in the teens and 20s, KKTV Chief Meteorologist Brian Bledsoe is predicting even more frigid weather tonight. Brian says temperatures will likely be in the single digits above and below zero. It should warm up tomorrow -- with highs in the 20s to around 30. But overnight lows will hover in the low teens until Sunday.

The cold weather is on top of up to two feet of new snow in the mountains and several inches along the Front Range and in the foothills. Snow and ice snarled traffic this morning in metro areas. Five traffic deaths yesterday were blamed on the weather.