DENVER: a winter storm warning is applied for the Denver metropolitan area and the northeastern plains until 5 p.m. Sunday.
A winter weather warning is valid for the mountains until 2 p.m. Sunday.
Clouds will continue to grow in Front Range all day on Saturday. The maximum will reach a maximum of 50 degrees below zero with windy conditions. Meanwhile, through the western half of the state, snowfall will continue during the afternoon and afternoon hours.
By midnight, snow is expected to begin moving towards the central mountains and the western Front Range. A brief period of freezing drizzle can occur in the Denver metro area, and then quickly move to snow at dawn on Sunday.
Snow will continue throughout the state during the midday and afternoon hours, with periods of heavy snowfall. The winds will also be strong, with gusts up to 35 mph, creating dangerous driving conditions.
The snow will finally come to an end shortly after midnight until early morning on Monday. During the storm, the totals will vary from 4-8 "for the Denver subway and the northeastern plains, portions of the mountains will remain between the 6-14" range, with the highest possible localized quantities.
Conditions will remain dry and quiet during the start of the work week, with the next opportunity for some bursts to hit Denver on Friday.
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