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DENVER (KDVR) — Snow will arrive for the Wednesday evening commute in Denver. A Pinpoint Weather Alert Day has been issued for Wednesday.

Here’s what the impacts of the storm will be:

  • Snow hits Denver, Boulder, and the Marshall Fire area around 5 p.m. Wednesday
  • The key snow window is Wednesday from 5 p.m.-midnight
  • Air temperatures will plummet to near zero degrees Wednesday night into Thursday morning

Total snow accumulation:

  • Expect 4-8 inches for the Marshall Fire area
  • Central and Northern Mountains: 6-14 inches
  • Southern Mountains: 1-4 inches
  • Denver: 1-4 inches
  • Western Suburbs: 4-8 inches
  • Foothills: 4-10 inches

Meteorologist Chris Tomer says this storm system will slow recovery efforts for the Marshall Fire area.