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Slick roads in the mountains and across northeast Colorado

Snow mostly missed the Denver Metro, but more possible by Sunday
Jan 11 2022 forecast
Posted at 5:06 AM, Jan 11, 2023
and last updated 2023-01-11 19:32:41-05

DENVER — A fast-moving storm brought just a little snow to Denver, but overproduced across northeastern Colorado with 3 to 5 inches and very slick roads east and north of Denver. In the mountains, the snow will end tonight with additional accumulations of an inch or two.

Areas of fog will develop northeast of Denver overnight, especially close to the South Platte river. Skies will clear out statewide on Thursday, highs will be back in the upper 40s. Friday through Saturday will stay mild with highs in the 50s for lower elevations and in the 30s in the mountains. Some snow will return to the southwest mountains Saturday afternoon.

The next storm will bring snow to the mountains Saturday night and Sunday and rain and snow to Denver by Sunday afternoon, changing to all snow Sunday night. The storm will exit the state with clearing skies Monday.

Tuesday will be dry, followed by another chance for rain and snow on Wednesday.

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