So it didn't snow as expected - here's why

DENVER - It was a wet start to the weekend for most of Eastern Colorado. Depending on your location, you might have experienced rain, or snow, or neither. Snow forecast amounts didn’t quite measure up to the amounts forecasted the night before the event and here’s why.
 
The storm took a more southerly track and this affected  the amount of cold air and moisture for the forecast area. Occasional flurries or drizzle are possible in north central Colorado through early afternoon with little to no accumulation. Light snow showers are still possible over the Palmer Divide through late afternoon.
 
Travel advisories have expired for most of the state except over the Sangre de Cristos in southern Colorado. Overnight skies will be partly cloudy and areas of fog could develop through Sunday morning.
 
Sunshine returns on Sunday with highs near 60 degrees. Temperatures start dropping for the start of the workweek with a chance for more rain and snow.
 

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