DENVER, March 19 (UPI) — The U.S. National Weather Service said Denver could receive up to 9 inches of snow Friday while there was a chance of snow in Wisconsin, which recently warmed.
The National Weather Service said Denver’s snows were expected to fall as heavily as 2 inches per hour at times Friday while nearby mountains and foothills were expected to receive snow at 3 inches per hour adding up to 14 inches over the course of the day, The Denver Post reported Friday.
Temperatures Friday in Denver were not expected to exceed the 20 degree range.
Meanwhile, forecasters said possible rains in the Madison, Wis., area could turn into up to an inch of snow Friday night and Saturday morning, despite a high of 50 degrees during the day Friday, the Wisconsin State Journal reported.
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