With a dry northerly wind for Denver and lower elevations along the Front Range, snow Saturday night and early Sunday morning was limited to a trace to half of an inch. Higher amounts were reported south of E-470 from Castle Pines to Monument. The snow activity is ended around midday for central Colorado.

For the metro area the focus shifts from the potential snow to the temperatures, with highs only forecast around 20 degrees for much of the Front Range.

Even colder temperatures are expected Sunday night into Monday. Overnight lows will be in the single digits, but wind chill readings will be at or below zero degrees.

Monday will be partly cloudy but still chilly for the Front Range with highs around 31 degrees. The high country will get another chance for snow early Monday and Tuesday, then again by the end of the week.

CoCoRaHS Snow Totals as of Sunday morning:

  • Calhan 2.5"
  • La Junta 1.5"
  • Steamboat Springs 3.5"
  • Leadville 3.5"
  • Conifer 3.5"
  • Franktown 2.5"
  • Ouray 4.5"
  • Westcliffe 3.0"
  • Kiowa 2.0"
  • Gleneagle 2.9"
  • Monument 3.3"
  • Aspen Park 3.7"
  • Grand Junction 2.0"
  • Pueblo West 3.6"
  • Castle Rock 5.0"
  • Colorado Springs 3.0"
  • Aspen Mountain 15.0"
  • Snowmass 14.0"
  • Telluride 5.0"
  • Winter Park 7.0"
  • Loveland 6.0"

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