A car has driven off the road and on to the sidewalk at E. 16th Ave. and Pennsylvania St. in downtown Denver as snow continues to fall on top of icy streets. (Kathryn Scott Osler, The Denver Post) Snow overnight Thursday in Denver led to a snowfall record for the month of February with 22.2 inches recorded at Denver International Airport in 2015, breaking a 103-year-old mark.The National Weather Service in Boulder announced overnight the new mark surpassed the previous record of 22.1 inches set back in February of 1912.The weather service recorded 3.3 inches at DIA on Thursday to break the record. The snow left roads slick and snow-covered for another day, leading to more problems for morning commuters. LIVE BLOG: Colorado weather and traffic updatesDenver International Airport says airlines will be deicing on Friday though all operations are normal. Skies are expected to be partly sunny with a high near 20 degrees Friday, 29 degrees colder than the seasonal average. Overnight on Friday, there’s a 10 percent chance of snow with lows dipping near 5 degrees.”Overall we’re not really expecting much in terms of snow (Friday),” said Frank Cooper, a weather service meteorologist. “Most of it is going to be just winding down.”On Saturday, the chance for additional snow increases to 50 percent, mainly after 11 a.m. Skies are expected to be cloudy with a high near 22 degrees. Less than an inch of new accumulation is expected on Saturday.”Periods of snow will occur in the mountains Saturday afternoon through Sunday,” the weather service said. “At lower elevations there will be a good chance of snow mainly Saturday night. Temperatures will remain well below normal both Saturday and Sunday.”Snow is expected to continue Monday and Tuesday in the mountains. “Snow chances may begin to decrease Wednesday,” the service said, “however temperatures will remain well below normal.” – Click Here To Visit Article Source