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Snowstorm Warning in Denver

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Denver metro area is expecting a spring snowstorm this weekend that will bring heavy snow and rain to the area, as well as Eastern Plains, mountains and foothills.


The I-25 stretch from the Wyoming border to the Palmer drive, including Denver, is under the warning until 6AM, Sunday.


Temperatures are expected to only increase to the lower 50s on Friday. In the afternoon thunderstorms and showers will move towards the Front Range. It will rain before it starts snowing overnight. 6-14 inches of snow are expected in Denver with heavier snowfall in the west and south suburbs.


In northern Colorado snow will mix with rain, and cities above 6,000 foot are expected to get 1-2 inches of snow. Another 2-4 inches of snow are expected on Sunday. The mountains will get 2-4 feet of snow before the storm ends on Monday.


Road closures are possible as travel will be difficult because of the snow and slush that will cover the roads. It is not recommended to drive on the I-25 corridor and in the mountains.


Heavy snow is expected to bring damage to the trees because of its weight on branches. There can also be power outrages because of the heavy dense snow on power lines.


Passengers are rescheduling their flight at Denver International Airport, where some lines are offering waivers.

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