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Winter storm coverage: Snow wrapping up across Colorado Tuesday afternoon

A strong, slow moving winter storm is moving out of Colorado after dumping more than 30" in parts of the Front Range.

DENVER — A WINTER STORM WARNING remains in effect for the Front Range until 2 p.m.

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The heaviest snow fell overnight Monday and into early Tuesday morning. 

Snow will start to wrap up by midday Tuesday and should end by 5 p.m.

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THE WIND

While winds should stay below blizzard criteria for the Front Range, northerly winds of 15-30 mph are likely Tuesday blowing and drifting snow a concern. The strongest wind will be east of I-25 and over the Plains. 

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THE IMPACT

Travel will be difficult to impossible Tuesday morning. The most likely areas for closed and impassable roads will be north of Denver and along and north of Interstate 76 over the Eastern Plains. 


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