DENVER — A potent spring storm is bringing snow, heavy at times, to the mountains and foothills, especially along and east of the Continental Divide. A good soaking rain is falling over the plains, but that will switch over to snow overnight. Snow totals in Denver will be just on the grass, but we could see around 5 to 10 inches along the Palmer Divide and 1 to 2 feet in the foothills and mountains.
Winter Weather Advisories and Winter Storm Watches cover the mountains, foothills and Palmer Divide. The heaviest rain and snow will fall tonight into early Wednesday.
Rain and snow are set to taper off Wednesday with gradual clearing. Highs will stay cool, just in the 50s,
Thursday, highs return to the 60s under a mostly sunny sky. Another storm, will bring colder temperatures and the chance for rain and snow on Friday.
Warmer and drier weather will return for the weekend.
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