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Snowstorm starting to move out of Colorado – Denver, Colorado

Denver, Colorado 2020-11-10 08:14:38 –

Denver — Light snow and cold can cause slippery road conditions until early morning. This wasn’t a big storm, but it snowed 1-2 inches across the Denver Metro area.

The storm is now rushing over the eastern plains to Kansas and Nebraska.

In the highlands, the southwestern mountains are affected by the heaviest and highest snowfalls. Good news for the region, as drought is the worst in the western and southern parts of Colorado.

Today we see a gradual clear sky along the front range, and this afternoon we see the highest temperatures in the mid to early 40s. In the mountains, the sun will increase by Thursday and light snow will continue to fall and fall for the next few days.

The temperature will gradually rise this week. By Thursday we’ll see highs in our early 50s and look very pretty on weekends.

It will be warm again next week and highs will bounce back in the late 50’s and mid 60’s.

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