Snowflakes replace flooding in Denver and surrounding neighborhoods

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DENVER — A wild day for weather on Saturday in Colorado, continued through the night.

After multiple flash flood warnings and even some tornado warnings, the temperatures dropped and brought the snow.

Denver saw the switch around 7 p.m. and Elbert County went from a tornado warning to heavy wet snow in under four hours.

The snow will continue overnight but tomorrow will be fine after the mid morning.

Denver will break the May 10 snow record easily, according to Meteorologist Greg Dutra. The previous record  was a half-inch in 1949.

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Douglas County snow plows started early Saturday night to get ahead of the possible accumulation.

Douglas County and the cities of Aurora and Centennial were on accident alert.

Chain restrictions were in place for road in higher elevations.

Denver International Airport warned travels to be aware of delays if traveling through Denver, deicing was necessary.

This snowstorm caused several power bumps through the Metro area Saturday night.

FOX31 Denver viewer photos illustrate this not so unusual May snow