Bitterly cold weather continues across Colorado |

Bitterly cold weather continues across Colorado

Denver Public Schools stay open today during one of the coldest day. Photo of DPS buses dropping kids off at Kepner Middle School, Kentucky and Hazel St, early Wednesday morning. John Prieto/ The Denver Post.

DENVER (AP) – Bitterly cold weather continues across much of Colorado.

A wind chill warning was still in effect Wednesday across the eastern half of the state though winds have diminished.

At 8 a.m., Denver was at negative 10 and the temperature in Limon on the eastern plains was minus 17 but negative 33 with the wind chill.

Parts of the High Country were much colder. Parts of Summit County and Leadville were minus 30 and Craig, in northwestern Colorado, was 36 degrees below zero.

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