Metro Denver residents can expect freezing temperatures with up to two inches of snow Thursday, leading to slush around cities and snow-covered roads at higher elevations in the mountains where winter weather advisories remained in effect.
National Weather Service forecasters said most of the snow would fall before noon. Winter weather advisories covered the mountains until then. Light snow was expected along Colorado’s Front Range and on the eastern high plains.
Temperatures below freezing Thursday morning will reach a high of around 38 degrees, forecasters said. Partly sunny skies were expected on Friday.
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