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Snow shifts east overnight; morning drive will be an issue

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DENVER -- Snow will continue to slowly move east away from the metro area overnight into Tuesday morning.

Snowfall totals might climb an additional 2-4 inches. Most late evening measurements ranged from 4-9 inches around the area.

The eastern Plains might come away with 3-6 inches under the heaviest activity, and will still have some areas of snow in the morning.

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Other than pockets of snow, Denver will have a sun-cloud mix in the morning along with frigid single-digit temperatures.

It's that level of cold that will keep the roads icy overnight until the sunshine can do some melting of the ice Tuesday.

Plan on a lot of extra time getting to work or school in the morning. Some delays and cancellations are likely.

Some areas of snowfall remain Tuesday, but the heaviest and most impactful is what moved through Monday night.

Temperatures on Tuesday afternoon hit 20 degrees, then closer to freezing Wednesday.

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Pinpoint Weather Meteorologists Dave Fraser, Greg Dutra, Jessica Lebel, Matt Makens, and Chris Tomer.

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