DENVER -- More snow than previously anticipated is expected in Denver and along the Front Range on Friday.
A Pinpoint Weather Alert Day has been issued for Friday by the Pinpoint Weather team, due to the potential for more snow than any other storm so far this season, and the effect that snow will have on both the morning and evening commutes.
Snow is expected to start early on Friday and continue well into the night. Roads will turn slushy and slick.
It will be much colder with temperatures near freezing for most of the day that's about a 30 degree drop from Thursday.
Snow totals across the Front Range will range between 1-4 inches. The lower totals will be north of the city and the higher totals will be south of the city.
In metro Denver, we're expecting generally 2-3 inches of snow by Friday evening.
Deeper snow totals of 4-8 inches are possible in the foothills, west of Denver, and across the Palmer Divide, south of Denver.
Pinpoint Weather has been independently certified as Colorado's Most Accurate Forecast by WeatheRate.
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