It looks like Sunday night will be the coldest night of the year, while much of the state will have to wait until Tuesday to get above the freezing level.
Lingering snow showers across Southern Colorado's Front Range are expected to end Sunday, leaving the are with partly-cloudy skies and bitterly cold temperatures
KKTV 11 News Meteorologist Ty Shesky says Sunday night's low temperature will be below zero. Pueblo and Colorado Springs should both see overnight lows five to ten degrees below zero.
Monday should bring temperatures in the teens.
The snow that has fallen has brought the state's snowpack up to near normal at 98 percent of the 30-year average.
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