Light snow, frigid cold in Denver metro area Sunday night
DENVER — A powerful spring storm moved out of the Denver metro area by late Saturday, but one more sprinkling of snow blew into town Sunday.
Light flurries of snow were scattered around Denver Sunday evening, with less than an inch of total accumulation expected. Temperatures hovered in the 20s all day, with calmer winds than Saturday. Temperatures will be in the single digits overnight.
Highs Monday will be in the low 30s. Give yourself extra time out on the roads tomorrow morning as they will be icy and slick in spots. Daytime highs will gradually increase throughout the week with a chance of rain by next weekend with highs in the upper 50s expected later this week.
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