DENVER — Snow has begun for Denver and the metro area this evening.
We could see some pockets of heavy snow across northern Colorado tonight and tomorrow morning. Around 4 to 8 inches of snow is possible, mainly above 10,000 feet. Roads in the mountains will be slushy and wet during the heavier snowfall.
For Denver and the plains, most of the snow will melt upon hitting the ground, but there could be one to three inches on grassy surfaces early Friday, especially north of Denver toward Fort Collins and Greeley.
A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for the Denver metro and the northeastern corner of the state. These areas could see around 3 to 7 inches of snow by Friday midday.
Things will gradually start to clear out and warm up this weekend. We'll see a few more rain and snow showers on Saturday, with warmer and drier weather on Sunday.
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