A fast-moving cold front has exited the state. You're waking up to cold temperatures and some slick roads. We'll start to see melting this afternoon, as temperatures climb to the 40s across the metro.
Accumulations of around 2 to 4 inches for lower elevations and 4 to 8 inches for the mountains occurred with this storm. The heaviest snow will be confined to the mountains and foothills east of the Continental Divide and the southern suburbs of Denver.
Skies will be partly cloudy today, with highs in the 40s for Denver and the Eastern Plains and in the low 30s in the mountains.
Sunday through early next week will be warmer and continued dry. Highs on Sunday will bounce back to the middle 50s. By Monday, temperatures may peak at 60 degrees in Denver.
Tuesday will stay dry and mild with increasing clouds. Another storm is set to develop on Wednesday, with colder weather and some snow Wednesday afternoon and Thursday.
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