Cold snap continues, but some relief in sight

WITH THE AIR TEMPERATURE significantly lower than the water temperature, fog forms Monday over the Colorado River. The cold that has gripped Grand Junction for days continued Monday, with a high temperature of just 15 degrees, the 10th straight day that the high was below normal — and the eighth on which it was at least 10 degrees below the average.



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WITH THE AIR TEMPERATURE significantly lower than the water temperature, fog forms Monday over the Colorado River. The cold that has gripped Grand Junction for days continued Monday, with a high temperature of just 15 degrees, the 10th straight day that the high was below normal — and the eighth on which it was at least 10 degrees below the average.

The cold weather that has descended upon the Grand Valley in the past two weeks is expected to stick around a couple more days. Monday’s high in Grand Junction topped out at a frigid 15…




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