Below zero readings were fairly widespread early Monday morning. While we won't have any snow Monday, secondary roads will still be slick.
Monday afternoon brought the temperature up a bit but Southern Colorado residents were still shivering through single-digit temperatures.
If traveling a longer distance than your standard commute, keep these ideas in mind too:
Make sure your car is in good working order and has a full tank of gas, you have a fully charged cell phone, you have extra clothes or blankets in the car, and pack some nonperishable food and bottled water. With as cold as it is, it would be pretty rough to get stranded and not be prepared.
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Chief Meteorologist Brian Bledsoe
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