Second blast of snow arrives in metro Denver
DENVER — More snow arrived in metro Denver Thursday night that could bring an additional 1-3″ to the city in time for the Friday morning commute.
Chief Meteorologist Dave Fraser says the snow could last until about 4 a.m. Friday.
Some places south of metro Denver and west into the foothills might see a few more inches.
“The roads will cool quickly Thursday night leading to slick conditions. So, make sure to add extra time for your Friday morning drive,” Fraser says.
The storm will push out of Colorado and sunshine returns Friday afternoon.
“It will stay chilly with highs only in the upper 30s to low 40s given the fresh snow on the ground. Heading into the weekend and early next week sunshine and dry weather returns followed by a slow warm up,” Fraser says.
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