Denver weather: Light snow, slushy roads across Denver metro Friday morning

Commuters hitting the road Friday in Denver will be greeted with light snow and slushy roads during the morning rush hour.

Though the snow will start winding down by 9 a.m., roads will be icy and slick in spots during the morning commute into Denver, especially along bridges and overpasses, according to National Weather Service forecasters on X.

The snow sweeping across Colorado is expected to continue through the morning in the metro area, but will linger through the evening in the mountains, according to the NWS.

Warm temperatures will limit snow accumulation and leave slush on the roads, but an inch or two of snow might be able to collect throughout the morning, NWS forecasters said in a social media post Friday.

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The greatest chance of snow sticking in the metro area is south and east of Denver, according to a NWS hazardous weather outlook.

Denver and the surrounding area will see a high of 45 degrees before temperatures dip to a 24-degree low overnight. The clouds hovering over the city will clear out Saturday, making room for a warm, sunny week.

By Tuesday, temperature highs will hit the 60s and overnight lows will be back above freezing, according to NWS meteorologists.

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