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TMCNet:  Boulder sees 1.1 inches of snow overnight, but additional snowfall not expected

[December 11, 2012]

Boulder sees 1.1 inches of snow overnight, but additional snowfall not expected

Dec 11, 2012 (Daily Camera - McClatchy-Tribune Information Services via COMTEX) -- Five-day forecast Check out what weather is in store for the Boulder County area here National Weather Service See what the National Weather service is predicting here 24-Hour satellite Watch NOAA's 24-hour satellite image here Real-time conditions See what Boulder's weather is like now at the National Center for Atmospheric Research here Snow fell overnight in Boulder, but is not expected to fall again during the week, according to the National Weather Service.

The city of Boulder officially saw 1.1 inches of snow overnight, according to local meteorologist Matt Kelsch, but he said there is not likely to be any more snow soon and what fell is expected to completely melt away within the next few days.

Today's forecast calls for partly sunny skies with a high near 38 and winds 9 to 14 mph with gusts as high as 21 mph. The overnight low is expected to be near 20, with winds 11 to 21 mph and gusts as high as 31 mph.

Wednesday's forecast calls for mostly sunny skies with a high near 53 and winds 10 to 16 mph with gusts as high as 24 mph. The overnight low is expected to be near 27, with winds 7 to 10 mph and gusts as high as 16 mph.

Thursday's forecast calls for mostly sunny skies with a high near 47 and winds 5 to 7 mph. The overnight low is expected to be near 25.

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