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Storm moving out, a slow warming trend this week

Some slick roads expected through early Tuesday
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Posted at 5:57 AM, Mar 25, 2024
and last updated 2024-03-25 19:48:30-04

The fast moving storm system that dropped a quick round of snow is now spinning well east of Colorado. Denver’s snow totals ranged between 3 to 6 inches. The gusty northerly winds created blizzard conditions along the Palmer Divide and across the eastern plains, but everything will calm down tonight. Watch out for slick stretches on the roads as icy spots will likely develop tonight.

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Expect plenty of sunshine on Tuesday morning, but there will be a few spotty snow and rain showers that will roll east over the plains by the afternoon.

Temperatures will continue to climb through the week. Expect see 50s on Wednesday and 60s by Thursday.

The warming trend will last through the Easter weekend with upper 60s Friday and Saturday and highs in the low 70s on Easter Sunday.

A new storm will impact Colorado next Monday with mountain snow and showers and thunderstorms for the plains.

Most of the heavy snow falling overnight into Monday morning

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