A woman uses an umbrella during a storm that brought some snow and a fast plunge in temperature overnight to downtown Denver, Tuesday April 9, 2013. The storm has so far proved less potent than originally predicted in Colorado because the cold front lingered in Wyoming. Up to around 10 inches of snow had fallen in Colorado's mountains by dawn Tuesday. Another 5 to 10 inches was possible in some locations but final snowfall amounts would vary quite a bit, National Weather Service forecaster Jim Daniels said. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)

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A woman uses an umbrella during a storm that brought some snow and a fast plunge in temperature overnight to downtown Denver, Tuesday April 9, 2013. The storm has so far proved less potent than originally predicted in Colorado because the cold front lingered in Wyoming. Up to around 10 inches of snow had fallen in Colorado's mountains by dawn Tuesday. Another 5 to 10 inches was possible in some locations but final snowfall amounts would vary quite a bit, National Weather Service forecaster Jim Daniels said. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)
A woman uses an umbrella during a storm that brought some snow and a fast plunge in temperature overnight to downtown Denver, Tuesday April 9, 2013. The storm has so far proved less potent than originally predicted in Colorado because the cold front lingered in Wyoming. Up to around 10 inches of snow had fallen in Colorado's mountains by dawn Tuesday. Another 5 to 10 inches was possible in some locations but final snowfall amounts would vary quite a bit, National Weather Service forecaster Jim Daniels said. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)
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