DENVER -- The snowfall and low cloud cover has come to an end on the Front Range.
Sunshine will stay for the rest of Monday afternoon, helping to dry out the roads and begin the melting process.
Temperatures will stay cold, reaching the 20s in the afternoon before dropping to the teens overnight.
Most of the Denver metro area picked up about 1-2 inches inches of snow. Parts of the foothills saw up to 4 inches.
The 1.2 inches of snowfall at Denver International Airport, the official recording station for the city, puts the season total at 13.7 inches.
The average snowfall in Denver for this time of the year is about 8 inches.
Tuesday will be sunny and dry with a high of about 60 degrees in Denver.
The rest of the week will be dry and mostly sunny with mild temperatures.
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