Today's snow is expected to continue until about 1 a.m., with limited accumulation thanks to the warm weather the day before when temperatures climbed into the 70s.

Boulder saw 3.4 inches by 6 p.m. today from the storm, according to Boulder meteorologist Matt Kelsch.

The overnight low is forecast at a chilly 24 degrees, with an accumulation of an inch to three inches of snow possible, according to the National Weather Service. As the temperature continues to fall, the roads may turn slushy in time for the morning commute.

Monday, the National Weather Service calls for a 30 percent chance of snow before 7 a.m., then conditions gradually become sunnier throughout the day with a high near 43.

The snow produced by this spring storm is expected to be wet and heavy and could potentially break limbs on trees that are beginning to sprout their spring leaves, according to a winter weather watch. Spotty power outages from downed or sagging tree limbs also are possible if there's heavy snow, which is most likely in the foothills and mountains.

Tuesday is warmer, with a high near 62. But there's another chance of snow overnight Wednesday into Thursday.

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