Savannah Koch, 6, pulls her sled up the hill while sledding with her father, Fred, and sister, Sienna, 8, at West-Bar-Val-Wood Park on Sunday.
Savannah Koch, 6, pulls her sled up the hill while sledding with her father, Fred, and sister, Sienna, 8, at West-Bar-Val-Wood Park on Sunday. (AAron Ontiveroz, The Denver Post)

 Snow will continue to fall into the evening in the Denver metro region, with the addition of high winds early Sunday evening, the National Weather Service warns.

A blizzard warning remains in effect for the eastern metro area until 11 p.m., as wind gusts up to 40 mph could reduce visibility to zero on roads that are icy and snow-packed, forecasters said.

Denver is expected to pick up another 2 inchesafter dark, but snow should taper off after 11 p.m., though the wind chill could sink to minus-2 before midnight.

A brief warmup should arrive in the city Monday afternoon with mostly sunny skies and a high of 34 degrees, but forecasters expect a low Monday night of just 11 degrees.

There is a 30 percent chance of another round of snow Tuesday in Denver with a high of 32, and a 20 percent chance Tuesday night as the temperature sinks to about 15, according to the National Weather Service in Denver.

The weather could begin to warm up slowly with a forecast high of 34 Wednesday, 37 on Thursday and 41 Friday, 47 on Saturday and 55 on Sunday, according to the outlook.

The high in Denver Sunday was 28 degrees set at 10 a.m. The average temperature for the date is 48 degrees.

Weather was better in the mountains than along the Front Range and across the Eastern Plains Sunday.

Light snowfall fell over much of Western Colorado Sunday with a winter weather advisory set to expire at 6 p.m. Snow was expected to end overnight, according to the National Weather Service in Grand Junction.

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