Updated: Thursday, 1015am
Snow in most places has come to an end across the metro area, save for a few flurries drifting across the region. The more substantial snow showers have pushed south and east of Denver, and will continue to diminish throughout the morning.
Storm totals are right on track, with generally 1 to 4 inches being reported along the I-25 corridor. A few locations did slightly better with 4 and 5 inch reports coming in from northwest suburbs of Denver.
Temperatures will remain chilly Thursday with highs topping out just below freezing. A return of the sun will make today feel not to bad for most folks.
We start a serious warming trend tomorrow, with highs back near 60 by Saturday!
We'll continue to update the snowfall totals map below throughout the day.