DENVER -- Snow continues this morning with a trace to 2 inches of new snow accumulation likely across the Front Range. Temps start in the single digits and warm into the teens.
Snow tapers-off midday into afternoon then another storm system arrives tonight.
Mountain snow lingers today with 1-4 inches of additional accumulation. Cold temps in the single digits and teens.
Another inch of snow accumulation possible tonight into the Tuesday morning drive in Denver, Parker, Boulder, Loveland, and Fort Collins. Temps on Tuesday in the teens.
Another inch of snow accumulation possible Tuesday night into the Wednesday morning rush hour.
The heaviest mountain snow will be south of I-70 especially in the Southern Mountains. Snow is likely even in Durango and Alamosa, valley areas. 1-2 feet likely at Wolf Creek, Silverton, Telluride and Purgatory over the next 60 hours.
Another chance for snow across the Front Range Friday-Saturday. Sunday looks drier.
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