A second arctic front sent temperatures below zero degrees in Denver, Colorado Tuesday; smashing records and bringing inches of snow as forecasters urge residents to prepare for a long and potentially severe winter.
“The second arctic front to slam into Colorado in just two days arrived earlier than expected Tuesday. The accelerated arrival means snow will fall for the morning commute and should continue through the evening commute as well,” reports CBS Denver.
“Several records are expected to be broken including a record low for October 30 Wednesday morning and a new record low for the entire month of October on Thursday when Denver drops below zero,” adds the website.
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