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Live updates: Snow in Denver Sunday night; some slick roads

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Posted at 2:08 PM, Mar 01, 2020
and last updated 2020-03-02 00:36:16-05

DENVER — Rain and snow showers hit the Denver area on Sunday evening and is expected through the overnight hours.
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10:30 p.m. Sunday

We've seen mostly light snow in Denver but heavier bands elsewhere in the metro area. The latest as of 10 p.m:

Live updates: Snow in Denver Sunday night; some slick roads

9:22 p.m. Sunday

A snow squall warning is in effect until 10 p.m. for the Fort Collins, Longmont, Boulder and Greeley areas, according to the National Weather Service.

3:30 p.m. Sunday

Snow was beginning to fall in Boulder shortly after 3 p.m., as precipitation continued to build across the Front Range. Snow showers were expected to develop in the Denver area into the evening. Here was the live view from Pearl Street in Denver:

3 p.m. Sunday

Precipitation was building to the west of Denver and the rain was still expected to turn to snow in the evening. The National Weather Service says snow is expected to be light but a few bands of moderate to heavy snow could develop, bringing 1-2 inches per hour.

2 p.m. Sunday

Earlier Sunday, the National Weather Service upped the projected snowfall totals slightly for the Denver area, calling for 3-4 inches with higher amounts in the southern and western parts of the metro. Up to six inches could fall under heavy bands of snow. A winter weather advisory is in effect for Denver and the foothills through Sunday night.

The weather service also warned of possible snow squalls, with heavy periodic snow and wind gusts that can create whiteout conditions on the roads.

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— NWS Boulder (@NWSBoulder) March 1, 2020

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