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Denver weather: Logan, Yuma County snow totals March 8

DENVER (KDVR) — Metro Denver will see just a little bit of snow on Friday, but that doesn't mean other parts of the state won't see a few inches of snow.

Friday is a pinpoint weather warning day as moisture moves into the state again heading into the weekend.

Snow, rain and sleet began to fall across the Eastern Plains Thursday morning while a winter storm warning was in effect.

The storm hasn't dumped a ton of snow in every corner of the state, but some areas have already seen nearly a foot of snow.

Parts of Yuma and Logan counties had already received 9 inches of snow, according to preliminary snow totals as of 7:30 a.m. Friday. Some areas in Yuma County received 11.5 inches of rain.

These numbers are from midnight Thursday to 7:30 a.m. Friday.

county position Measuring the amount of snowfall
Yuma 6 SW Yuma 11.5
Yuma Yuma 9.8
logan 3 SSW Fleming 9.7
logan 1 N St. Petersburg 9
Washington 6 N Hyde 7
pueblo 1W rye 6.7
sauce: Iowa State University Iowa Environmental Mesonet

Yuma County and Logan County are both located in the northeastern corner of the state, bordering Nebraska and Kansas.

The National Weather Service advisory expired Friday, but Colorado Department of Transportation still urges travelers to drive slowly as roads on Route 34 and Interstate 76 could become snowy and icy.

The snow will ease by noon Friday, according to the Pinpoint Weather Team. The weather is expected to remain pleasant over the weekend, with highs in the 50s and even 60s.

Weather information for Denver, Colorado

Be prepared for storms, forecast changes, pinpoint weather alerts, and other important weather information.

The Pinpoint Weather team will continue to update the forecast multiple times each day.

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