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Colorado weather: Wind chill advisories, snowfall lower in Denver

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The overnight arrival of a snowstorm brought initially less snow than expected to the Denver area, but the dusting of ice and snow will still make road conditions tricky during the morning commute.

Additionally, though the expected snowfall totals have decreased as the storm arrived, expected wind chills Wednesday night into Thursday have gotten much colder, and wind chill advisories have been issued for most of the Denver metro area.

Snowfall will continue across the metro area throughout the day, with new expected totals between two and four inches.

The snow could pick up in the afternoon, and there is a 10% chance of Denver’s snow totals reaching the high-end amount of just over six inches. The snow will end Wednesday evening.

Temperatures Wednesday morning are starting around the 20s to low 30s, but those will drop sharply in the afternoon to single digits and negative-degree wind chills.

As the wind chill advisory goes into effect at midnight, wind chills could get as low as -20 degrees across the area.

Thursday will also remain cold, but the wind chill advisory is set to end at 10 a.m. The high in Denver is 24 degrees.

After a Thursday night low of 10 degrees, Denver will warm up to a high of 41 Friday and 55 Saturday.

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