Winter Returns to the Tri-State Area

Coldest Temperatures of the Season So Far Expected today and Monday

An arctic cold front blasted through the Tri State area Sunday morning. Temperatures behind the front plummeted into the single digits. Gusty northwest winds of up to 40 mph resulted in wind chill values of 10 to 20 below zero. Temperatures will remain steady or slowly fall through the remainder of the day. Winds will remain gusty through the afternoon, with dangerous wind chill values to 20 below. Winds will subside around sunset. Clearing skies and light winds tonight will allow air temperatures to bottom out at around 5 to 10 below zero. High temperatures on Monday will struggle to reach the teens.

Hourly weather graph for Goodland of temperature and wind chill

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The arctic air will also bring some light snow to the area. An inch or two will be possible through the afternoon hours generally north of Interstate 70, with the highest amounts over Yuma county Colorado. However, most locations will receive less than an inch of fine, powdery snow. Please see the latest snowfall graphic for updated information on snow amounts.

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