FORECAST: Light snow showers possible this weekend

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A light coating of snow is possible, but less than an inch will fall.

Reinforcing cold air will flow in behind that system, bringing what will likely be the coldest air of the season.

Bitter arctic air settled over the US Midwest on Friday, leading to school closures and event cancelations as officials warned of even frostier weather to come next week.

"So we will see more persistent rain for northern and western areas gradually working its way east". Our average high temperature from January 1 to January 22 is 27.9 degrees, which is 5.6 degrees above average.

Most models shut off the snow pretty quickly, between about 8 p.m. and 11 p.m.

In that same span, the wind chill can reach as low as minus 40 going into Wednesday morning and looks to say minus 20 and below throughout, the NWS said. Temperatures rose on Friday across Britain, but as low pressure edges away from Britain, snow showers are expected to return to the northeast of England and parts of Scotland.

National Weather Service snowfall forecast for Tuesday evening.

North Dakota, which shares a border with Canada, recorded some of the most frigid air, with some areas plunging as low as -30F. Right now we're calling for a chance of light snow in Denver for the Monday morning commute. We do see milder weather on the horizon about a week from now.

Tonight will be partly to mostly cloudy, and lows will be in the mid to upper single digits.

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