Jan 11, 2011 12:29 PM by Greg Boyce
DENVER (AP) - Frigid weather remains across Colorado and winds are making it seem even colder.
Conditions are among the worst in the far Eastern Plains. The National Weather Service says wind chill values of minus 25 and below were possible Tuesday in that area.
A wind chill advisory is also in effect over parts of southern Colorado, including Colorado Springs and Pueblo, and the southern and south-central mountains. The weather service says the wind chill values could reach between 25 and 34 below at times in the mountains.