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Snow, rain for the Front Range: How much and what to expect

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DENVER — A storm system will bring some much-needed snow and rain to the Front Range on Monday and Tuesday.

The system starts with rain before changing into a rain/snow mix for the Monday evening commute.

Timeline (Denver metro)

Hour-by-Hour planner for March 26 and 27, 2018.

Most of the impact will happen for the Monday evening rush hour as rain starts to change into snow.

The snow is expected to taper off, leaving isolated flurries for the Tuesday morning commute.

5 p.m.: Rain showers to rain/snow mix
9 p.m.: Snow

Denver metro fururecast (9 p.m. Monday)

Midnight: Snow will continue
5 a.m.: Flurries


Expected accumulation from storm by Tuesday morning.

There will be 1-3 inches of accumulation by Tuesday morning in Denver, 2-4 inches in Boulder, and 0-1 inch in Fort Collins and Greeley.

The heaviest snow totals will occur above 6,000 feet with about 2-6 inches expected.

That includes places such as Castle Rock, Black Forest, Monument, Parker, Genesee, Bailey, Evergreen, Conifer, west Boulder, Nederland, Estes Park and Eldora.

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