The first Denver snow to fall in nearly a month finally came on the heels of a powerful cold front expected to keep temperatures frigid over the next couple of days with readings at or below 20-degrees expected on Sunday. The snow, while short lived, marks the first precipitation Denver has seen since November 12 when a trace fell.
This snow band dropped over an inch of snow in 30-minutes as snowfall rates approached 2-inches an hour across parts of the Denver-Metro area.
Scenes 1-4: POV shots of driving in very heavy falling snow along I-70 in west Denver near the Morrison exit.
Scenes 5-11: Various shots in the Denver West area of the heavy falling snow with traffic as well as shots of snow falling with Christmas-lit trees in the background. (I-70/Colfax)
Scenes 12-14: Close up shots of snow falling in street/traffic lights.
Scenes 15-17: Shots of cars driving on snow-covered roads.
Scenes 18-21: Close up shots of trees and grass covered with the inch of new fallen snow.