More snow, cold coming to Denver Monday

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DENVER — Denver is expected to get some new snowfall on Monday. This storm is making its way over the Colorado Mountains and should arrive during the evening commute.

Accumulation will be light. Only 1″ or less is expected in metro Denver. That’s good news since this storm is coming so soon after the city received 16″ in a storm that just moved out of the region Saturday.

“Two pieces of energy are moving across the state today and tonight,” says meteorologist Jennifer Broome. “The first one is triggering snow for the southern mountains through the morning and a few snow showers possible along the Palmer Divide.”

“The second piece moves through late afternoon through tonight. That one also drags in colder air,” Broome says.

“Light snow continues through the AM rush hour on Tuesday as well – could see another half of an inch of accumulation,” says meteorologist Chris Tomer. “Highs on Tuesday will be in the low to mid 20s.”