Denver weather: It’s COLD out there

Snow is likely Monday.
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Cook Street, just south of City Park, on a cold winter’s eve. Jan. 20, 2023.
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How cold is it? Well, let's just say tomorrow's forecasted high of 33 sounds like a good time right now.

Denver hit minus 10 this morning, tying a record set in 1985, according to the National Weather Service.

It's *warming* up a bit right now, but the NWS forecasts more snow heading our way between noon and 4 p.m. Temps will dip again tonight to about minus 2 and wind chills will be as low as minus 10, and there's about a 50% chance of more snow before midnight.

A wind chill advisory is in effect until tomorrow morning.

The city's 24/7 warming and overnight shelter is open.

The McNichols building at Civic Center (144 W. Colfax Ave.) is open now through Wednesday morning for anyone in need of shelter. During regular business hours, the city's libraries and rec centers are open as warming centers -- and that includes the recently reopened Rude Rec Center in Sun Valley.

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