Denver weather forecast today, Jan. 16: A lil’ bit of snow

The Denver skyline and the 'burbs. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

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The Denver skyline and the 'burbs. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

No weather-related hyperventilating from me, no way. Certainly not on a day like today where we’re only supposed to get less than a half inch of snow.

That’s in addition to the inch or so of snow from overnight, according to the National Weather Service. Otherwise, Denver gets highs in the mid-30s and expect some patchy fog before 9 p.m..

Colorado’s Eastern Plains are being hit by both snow and some freezing rain. More widespread ice is expected to the east in Kansas, Oklahoma and Missouri.

The storm is also expected to bring snow to the eastern San Juan, Sangre de Cristo and the Wet mountains.

Additional reporting by the Associated Press.

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