Up to four inches of snow is predicted to fall Sunday in Denver, but the foot and the mountains are expected to get a lot more.
Most of the snow in Denver was expected to fall between 6 and 2 but snowfall in the subway is likely to continue until the night, according to the National Weather Service in Boulder.
Between 4 and 10 inches of snow will fall in the mountains along the Front Range and the foot, according to the weather service. More than 5 inches of snow had already fallen northeast of Boulder before 7 o’clock on Sunday, according to a weather service report.
Snow and ice could make driving along the front area difficult by Monday morning, according to the weather service. 19659002] Snow and odd roads urged the Colorado Department of Transportation to issue multi-segment Interstate 70 traction laws. All vehicles traveling between Idaho Springs and US Highway 6 in Denver must have snow tires, impeller or drag tools.
Although Monday’s high temperatures are never expected to rise over freezing, Tuesday and Wednesday will be warmer and sunny. The high temperature on Tuesday is expected to reach 48 degrees and on Wednesday it will rise to 58 degrees.