More spring snow possible

DENVER -- The recent spring snowstorm delivered good moisture to Denver and the Front Range.

Snow totals ranged from 1.5 inches at Denver International Airport, the official recording station for the city, to as much as 13 inches in the foothills.

And the moisture content in that snow ranged from 0.4 inches to 1.0 inche.

Another round of rain and snow arrives Wednesday afternoon into early Thursday. The storm does not appear to be as robust as Monday's event. But there will still be more needed moisture.

It will be rain showers and gusty wind on Wednesday afternoon. It will mix with some snow late in the evening before changing to all snow for a period of time overnight.

Accumulation looks light with about 1 inch possible. It will quickly end Thursday morning.

A similar storm arrives late Saturday into early Sunday.  It does not appear to deliver a lot of snow.

But rain showers late Saturday are in the forecast along with some snow overnight into early Easter. This storm could deliver accumulation.

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