DENVER – A wave of snow moving through Denver subway station over a Monday, released a quick inch of accumulation on roadways.
There will be long snow for the morning before the conditions get sunny for lunch. High will only be in the 20th century.
There will be a daylight saving day for the morning.
Snow figures have varied from 2 inches at Denver International Airport to 3 inches in downtown Denver to 4 inches in Lakewood and Fort Collins to 1
4 inches in Coal Creek Canyon west of Boulder.
It will be a cold night monday with low tuesday mornings in singles and low teens in Denver, Boulder and Fort Collins.
It will be drier
A cold front can deliver snow and cooler temperatures on Saturday for the Front Range.
Sunday looks drier and sunny.
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