DENVER - Residents in the Denver metro area are waking up to a trace of snow to two inches of snow.
While that's not much, it's enough to cause icy spots on roadways -- especially bridges, ramps and overpasses.
There have been crashes reported on westbound U.S. 36 near I-25 and EB I-70 at Monaco.
The Colorado Department of Transportation says its crews were out treating the roads overnight.
"They'll try to keep an eye out for problematic areas as rush hour approaches, but they really try to be out of the way by the time rush hour starts," said CDOT's Ryan Drake.
"Conditions will improve by late morning as temperatures rise," said 7NEWS meteorologist Lisa Hidalgo.
We should see temps in the mid-40s by Wednesday afternoon.