Light snow possible in metro Denver for Tuesday morning commute

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DENVER -- A cold front will help light snow develop overnight in metro Denver. That snow will be in the area early Tuesday before ending late morning followed by some sunshine and chilly temps in the 30s.

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As far as accumulation, it looks light in most places along the Front Range with generally less than an inch.

Wednesday will be milder as we return to the 40s. Another shot of light snow arrives early on Thursday with snow totals again being light.

We quickly warm into the 50s for Friday and Saturday under mainly sunny skies. But that will be the warm before the next storm, which arrives on Sunday with flurries possible late, some gusty winds and falling temperatures.

The better chance for snow with that storm arrives on Monday with accumulation possible and much colder 30s.


For the AFC Championship Game, Sunday looks to bring passing clouds, more swirling wind and game-time temperatures in the low 40s. Any chance for snow looks to hold off until after the game.