Snow is falling in Denver and along the Front Range this morning with about two inches of fresh snow on the ground in Boulder.

Roads in the metro area are wet, icy, slushy and snow-packed in spots and lane recognition could be a problem for commuters.

Windshield wiper fluid will be handy this morning and drivers should slow down, especially over bridges and ramps.

Areas of light snow should continue through 8 a.m. and then start to taper off, according to the National Weather Service.

In Denver, snow showers should clear out by about 11 a.m. and cloudy skies will give way to sunshine later today as the high temperature reaches about 26 degrees, the weather service reports.

Tonight will be partly cloudy in Denver with a low of about 8 degrees.

Wednesday should be mostly sunny in the city, with a high of 39.

Kieran Nicholson: 303-954-1822 or knicholson@denverpost.com



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Buddy Bry takes a walk through Civic Center park in Downtown Denver during the first snowfall of the season on OCtober 26, 2011.  The Denver area has
Buddy Bry takes a walk through Civic Center park in Downtown Denver during the first snowfall of the season on OCtober 26, 2011. The Denver area has received between 10-13 inches of snow throughout the day. (Manuel Martinez/Viva Colorado)