Snowstorm Alert: Denver Weather Takes a Wintry Turn, Navigating the Chilling Depths

Denver braces for a winter spectacle! Join us for live coverage as a snowstorm blankets the metro area, causing road advisories and potential blizzard conditions.

Breaking news! A snowstorm has hit metro Denver, with the National Weather Service urging residents to stay off roads due to severe conditions.

The National Weather Service issues a winter storm advisory for Denver, forecasting up to 4 inches of snow and gusty winds up to 55 mph. Travel caution is advised.

Morning commuters face challenging conditions across the southern metro area, Palmer Divide, and southern Front Range foothills. Blustery winds and snow pose difficulties.

Anticipate blizzard conditions near Castle Rock, with up to 7 inches of snow expected along Interstate 25. Whiteouts are possible on Colorado's eastern plains.

Various warnings issued include a winter weather advisory for metro Denver, a winter storm warning for Castle Rock, a blizzard warning for southeastern Colorado, and a high wind warning for the I-25 corridor.

Bundle up! Denver's temperature hits 30 degrees during the day, plummeting to 15 degrees at night. A chilly atmosphere accompanies the snowfall.

Much-needed snowfall graces the southwestern mountains. Northern metro Denver north of I-70 anticipates less snow, but winter is making its presence felt.