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Snow moves out overnight, leaving behind icy roads for Monday morning

DENVER -- Snow is ending on the Interstate 25 corridor on Sunday but is still falling on the eastern Plains.

The storm has brought the highest snowfall totals Denver has seen so far this season and has created tough travel conditions across the state.

The Denver metro area saw snowfall totals ranging from 3 inches on the low end to 9 inches on the west side close to the foothills.

Snow showers will taper off from west to east. They will end in Denver and the I-25 corridor between 9 p.m. and midnight.

The central and eastern mountains will see a few isolated showers overnight but will clear out Monday morning.

The eastern Plains will be the last to see the snow clear but will be dry by 6 a.m. Monday.

The eastern Plains are under a blizzard warning until midnight. Winds will be gusting up to 50 mph and will cause blowing snow reducing visibility to less than a quarter of a mile at times.

These are extremely dangerous conditions to travel in. The eastern Plains could see up to 3 inches of additional accumulation tonight under heavier bands of snow.

Colorado will be clear of snow showers by the Monday morning commute but will be left with icy roads and cold temperatures.

Temperatures will fall into the teens overnight, raising concern for freezing of wet snow on roadways.

Any roads that are icy and snow packed Sunday will most likely stay that way Monday morning.

Monday afternoon will be dry and mostly sunny with highs in the mid to upper 30s. This will help start the melting process on some of the roadways.

Temperatures will stay in the 30s and 40s the rest of the week in Denver with a slight chance for some flurries returning on Friday.

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