DENVER - The most recent storm has come and gone quickly, leaving behind clear skies and cold conditions. Most roads are dry, with just some light snow lingering on the grass and cars this morning.
We saw around 1 to 2 inches in the metro area and closer to 4 inches in Douglas County.
This is a fast moving storm, so the snow will now take aim on the central and eastern U.S. as it becomes another monster snow maker for the Ohio Valley and the Northeast.
Around here, our weather will quickly improve as temperatures rebound. You'll find mostly sunny skies, calm winds and mild temperatures on Wednesday. Look for upper 40s by lunch and highs in the low 50s by 4 p.m. Thursday and Friday will be about 10 degrees warmer. We're calling for a high of 60 degrees on Thursday and 58 degrees on Friday.
Another fast moving storm may bring some light rain and snow to Colorado on Saturday, but it does not look like a very powerful system. Sunday and early next week will return to warm and dry!