Rain leaves metro area, snow continues for some overnight

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DENVER -- Snow will continue in the mountains through Thursday morning, albeit getting weaker through the night.

Some sections of mountain roads have winter driving conditions expected through mid-Thursday.

Denver had its chance of rain and snow already for Wednesday and the sky will continue to clear through the night with temperatures dropping into the 20s with a wind chill into the teens.

The rain that had moved through Denver will be a rain/snow mix for southeastern Colorado overnight. That, too, will clear by morning.

Snowfall totals through the night will be 0-2 inches for the low country and 2-6 inches for parts of the mountains.

There will be another shot of snowfall returning to the central and northern mountains later Thursday into Friday. Most of that will stay in those areas and is not likely to reach the foothills or metro area.

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