Cold out there, isn't it? Tonight, some parts of Colorado can expect the lowest temperatures they've seen in years. Here are Tuesday night's expected lows for 20 randomly selected towns around Colorado.

As it stands, communities such as Colorado Springs are bracing for the lowest lows they've seen in at least two years. Dinosaur National Monument is expecting lows around -3 tonight. Using our randomizer, here are 20 low temps (using Fahrenheit), as predicted by the National Weather Service, from across the state for the date of Tuesday night, February 4, 2020.

  • Grand Junction  8
  • Gunnison -16 (that's right... NEGATIVE 16)
  • Salida  -1
  • Norwood  3
  • Walsenburg  -4
  • Las Animas  1
  • Sterling  3
  • Idaho Springs  -5
  • Walden  -17
  • Buena Vista  -9
  • San Luis  -9
  • Hugo  4
  • Trinidad  -3
  • Creede  -16
  • Campo  -1
  • Dove Creek  4
  • Del Norte  -15
  • Rangely  -9
  • Fort Collins  -4
  • Sawpit  0

I don't believe I'll be heading to Walden, Colorado tonight. For that matter, perhaps it's best to stay away from Del Norte. I knew Gunnison would have it bad, but I never would have anticipated the -4 in Ft. Collins. When it's all said and done, it looks like Grand Junction has it made. We'll spend the night enjoying a toasty 8 degrees.

Stay warm. Better yet, stay inside. It's going to be a little bumpy. Please bring the pets inside, too. Let's all do our best to stay out of the cold, at least until Thursday. By that time, according to the National Weather Service, this cold spell will head on down the road.

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