Snow moves out leaving behind icy roads and cold temperatures

Snow is starting to wrap up here in Denver this evening. It will taper off from north to south tonight clearing out of Colorado by early Sunday morning.

Metro Denver picked up 2.5 to 4 inches of snow today depending on the city. Here are some of today's official snowfall totals below:

Icy roads and cold temperatures will be the biggest impacts in Denver tonight now that the snow is ending. Roads are snow-packed and icy up and down the Front Range and will stay slick overnight. Take it slow if you have to drive this evening or tomorrow morning. Temperatures will stay in the single digits through Sunday morning.

Sunday's temperatures will start off bitterly cold but sunshine will warm afternoon highs into the low 40s. Sunshine and temperatures above the freezing mark will help melt away some of today's snow and will improve road conditions.

Temperatures will cool to the mid 30s on Monday as a cold front moves through Colorado. Denver will stay dry but this front will bring snow to the mountains.

Tuesday and Wednesday will be mild, dry and breezy for Denver. Highs will reach the 50s on Tuesday and 60s by Wednesday.

Temperatures drop to the 40s Thursday and Friday with a 10% chance of snow returning to the Front Range.

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