Sub-Zero Temperatures Forecasted Next Week For Northern Colorado
You better be ready to bundle up starting Saturday evening as a cold front will move through Colorado bringing sub-zero temperatures. According to the National Weather Service, the wind chill could plummet to as low as 20 below over the course of a few nights.
The Colorado area that could be impacted the most by the freezing temperatures appears to be most of the Front Range. Most of the cities and towns in Northern Colorado are expected to experience high temperatures in the teens on Sunday and single-digit high temperatures on Monday.
The National Weather Service states that these temperatures are far below normal for this time of year. Populations that are vulnerable and industries that are sensitive to frigid temperatures should start making preparations for the incoming polar air mass.
The expected high for the City of Greeley will be 13 on Sunday with a low of six below zero. Greeley's temperatures will get even colder on Monday with a forecasted high of five degrees and a low of nine below zero.
The National Weather Service says that everyone should limit time being spent outdoors as this cold front moves through the state of Colorado. Those that will have to brave the frigid temperatures should bundle up and be prepared for the weather.
Stay warm and stay safe during these cold temperatures.
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