It’s cold in Grand County | SkyHiNews.com

It’s cold in Grand County

The National Weather Service recorded some chilly temperatures overnight Sunday and Monday in Grand County. These temperatures are from Monday night.
National Weather Service

Sunday and Monday night, Grand County saw some chilly lows.

Overnight Sunday, Kremmling hit a low of -26 degrees. In other locations across the county, the National Weather Service recorded some other bone chilling temperatures. On US Highway 40 near Fraser Flats temperatures fell to -23, while Red Dirt Hill and Granby saw a low of -18.

Monday overnight was almost as cold, with Kremmling and Fraser Flats seeing a low of -25. Granby hit -21 and Red Dirt Hill’s low was -15.

New Year’s Eve will also contend with a hazardous weather outlook issued by the weather service along the north-central mountains and I-70.

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While Tuesday will bring slightly warmer temperatures to parts of the county, winds will be increasing into the night as a weather system approaches.

Snow and winds will push into the mountains on New Year’s Day into Thursday. Holiday travelers are advised to use caution and give themselves plenty of time to get to their destination.


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