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TMCNet:  Boulder sees some morning snow, with 1 to 2 inches expected today

[February 26, 2013]

Boulder sees some morning snow, with 1 to 2 inches expected today

Feb 26, 2013 (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 After one day of sunshine, snow is once again falling in Boulder, though it most likely will not come close to equaling the weekend's snowstorm, according to the National Weather Service.

Snow was expected to begin falling at 11 a.m. but arrived a bit sooner, with show falling in various parts of the county around 9 a.m.

The forecast calls for 1 to 2 inches of snow throughout the day, with a 70 percent chance the snow continues after noon.

This afternoon's forecast calls for cloudy skies with a high near 25 and winds 7 to 10 mph with gusts as high as 16 mph. The overnight low is expected to be near 16.

Boulder saw 8.3 inches of snow Sunday.

Wednesday's forecast calls for mostly sunny skies with a high near 32 and winds 5 to 9 mph. The overnight low is expected to be near 5 to 7 mph.

Thursday's forecast calls for partly sunny skies with a high near 35 and winds 3 to 8 mph. The overnight low is expected to be near 21.

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