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Here's how much snow we've gotten so far

Light snow moves out before noon Wednesday with highs only in the teens.  Even with light winds, the wind chill factor will stay in single digits all day.

KUSA- Snow will wrap up before noon Wednesday.

Snow forecasts:

  • Metro Denver: 1 to 3 inches
  • Northern Colorado: 2 to 5 inches
  • Foothills north of Highway 285: 4 to 8 inches
  • Foothills south of Highway 285: 2 to 5 inches

Very cold temperatures in the teens are expected Wednesday with our first below zero temperatures of the year coming early Thursday morning.

After the midweek cold we'll get much warmer Friday with highs in the 40s under cloudy skies. Light rain/snow is possible again Saturday afternoon with highs in the lower 40s.

SNOW REPORTS:

Here are some of the volunteer snow observers' reports:

· SW DENVER 1.0”

· LAKEWOOD 1.7”

· GRANBY 2.7”

· E. FORT COLLINS 1.9”

· HORSETOOTH RES. 5.8”

· HYGIENE 5.0”

· SW BOULDER 4.2”

· CONIFER 2.5”

· WARD 5.0”

· 9NEWS 1.2”

LOVELAND 4.0"

WESTMINSTER 2.5"

JAMESTOWN 5.1"

WINTER PARK (TOWN) 4.5"

NEDERLAND 4.5"

ROXBOROUGH PARK 3.0"

LYONS 7.0"

LIVERMORE 6.0"

NIWOT 3.8"

SUPERIOR 4.2"

LONGMONT 3.1"

BRIGHTON 3.0"

ARVADA 3.0"

BAILEY 4.0"

FORT MORGAN 2.0"

W. FORT COLLINS 4.6"

BROOMFIELD 2.5"

FEDERAL HEIGHTS 3.0"

BUCKHORN MTN 8.8"

DRAKE 6.0"

SW BOULDER 6.8"

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