A dusting of snow and a light glaze coated parts of Fort Collins. Traffic was largely unaffected.(Photo: Jason Pohl/The Coloradoan)Side streets and sidewalks are slick Monday morning, but a one-two punch of snow that dumped 6 inches or more toward Denver and Boulder largely skipped over Fort Collins.By sunrise Monday, less than 1 inch of snow had fallen across the Choice City. A glaze of ice coated parking lots and car windshields, but major roads including College, Prospect and Drake were clear of snow, and traffic was flowing normally. Only a handful of crashes related to the weather were reported by 7:30 a.m.Some forecasts called for 3 to 6 inches of heavy, wet snow between Sunday and Monday, but the bulk of the storm appears to have hit Denver and the high country. About 6 inches had fallen by daybreak near the metro area, and some residents reported getting about a foot of snow in Boulder. Highways and major roads were snow-packed and icy, and Boulder reported being on accident alert.Snow showers are possible through the afternoon across Larimer County, where another inch or two could accumulate, the National Weather Service predicts. Temperatures will hover around the freezing mark and continue a gradual climb back into the 50s by mid-week. A shot of rain could come into the forecast for Friday.Reporter Jason Pohl covers breaking news for the Coloradoan. Follow him on Twitter: @pohl_jason. Read or Share this story: https://noconow.co/1EgCyRv – Click Here To Visit Article Source