Was it a massive snowstorm? No, not at all. And we're not going to pretend it was.

But, according to the Denver Weather Forecast, light snow will continue for most of the day Tuesday, with accumulations of 1-3 inches (mostly on the grass) in the Denver metro area.

A little more snow is expected up north in Boulder and Fort Collins, though the storm is decreasing in intensity.

It will be cold though, with highs in the low 30s.

The skies won’t clear in the metro area until 10 p.m. Tuesday, and then temperatures will fall to the high teens and low 20s.

Milder air off to the west is coming to visit Wednesday, and temperatures will reach the 50s in the afternoon, with morning lows between 17 to 22 degrees.

Since this is Colorado, it will get up into the 60s on Friday.

Here’s a look at Marty Coniglio’s projected snow forecasts:

- Denver metro area: 1 to 3 inches

- Boulder, Loveland, Fort Collins: 2 to 6 inches

- Northern Front Range mountains: 6 to 12 inches

- Foothills south of Interstate 70: 3 to 7 inches