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A soggy spring snowstorm could bring the heaviest snowfall the metro area has seen all year Thursday.

Between 5 and 8 inches of snow, all told, could fall in Denver and Boulder between tonight and Thursday night. Accumulations of 8 to 14 inches are possible over the Front Range foothills and Palmer Divide. Vail could see 6 to 12 inches.

Most of Colorado, from the Western Slope to the Eastern Plains, is under a winter storm watch through Thursday.

The National Weather Service is calling for a high near 52 today in Denver, with a 20 percent of rain and snow after noon, with less than half an inch of accumulation due by tonight.

Read the full story at DenverPost.com.

Archived comments

DENVER & BOULDER SNOW TOTALS ARE NEVER EQUAL.

WE GET A FOOT, DENVER GETS AN INCH,

OR VICE VERSA.

MisterPist

3/25/2009 8:32:58 AM

Thank goodness!!!!!

flyroddr

3/25/2009 12:49:20 PM

Weather Underground is now saying 8 to 15 inches for the I-25 corridor and 1-2 ft. in the foothills.

dludler

3/25/2009 2:18:15 PM

I’ll believe it when I see it.

Bing987

3/25/2009 2:28:48 PM

I’ll see it when I believe it.;-)

green4colorado

3/25/2009 4:33:47 PM

Global Warming?

MaryWanna

3/27/2009 12:45:56 AM

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