Snow tapers off Sunday, warmer weather this week

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DENVER -- Conditions were slick across the state today, as snow accumulated throughout the mountains and temperatures fell into the 30s.

Pinpoint Weather Forecaster Shanna Mendiola says to look for snow to continue into the evening and quiet down after midnight.

The heaviest snowfall will be in the mountains (1-2 feet) and eastern plains (3-6 inches), with 1-3 inches in the Denver Metro area. 

Winter storm warnings and weather advisories are in effect through Sunday morning. Click here to see the latest weather advisories near you.

You can also visit our interactive radar to see the snow moving across Colorado by clicking here.

Mendiola says to expect temperatures to plummet into the teens tonight and tomorrow night.

Icy roads and poor visibility will be a hazard, so make sure to drive slowly and cautiously when you are heading out this weekend. 

Sunday will be the coldest day of the weekend, however mild temperatures are expected to be back for the rest of the week.

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