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Storm could bring 1-3″ of snow to Denver this weekend

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Snow will develop during the overnight hours into Saturday morning. There may be some light accumulation early on Saturday.  However, the best chance for a few inches of snow will arrive around Noon and last into the evening hours before ending.

Snow totals in metro Denver look to range from 1-3".  There will be slightly higher totals of 4-5" on the south, west and east sides of the city.  Roads will turn slick with temperatures on Saturday only in the teens to low 20s.

Snow will also be falling in the Colorado mountains with totals by late Saturday ranging from 4" to 10" possible.  Travel in & out of the high country along I-70 and over mountain passes will be difficult and slow.  Please plan on extra time if your travel plans take you there.

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