Snow and rain will continue to taper from north. Main roads should stay just wet overnight and through early Thursday. Secondary roads and any bridges and overpasses away from city warmth will be icy, so be careful. Locally dense fog will be an issue for the early morning too. Head to the "Weather" Tab for more information on the forecast.
Xcel Energy says Colorado customers should see a small dip in their electric bills this year.
Xcel asked the Colorado Public Utilities Commission Friday to end a charge that was introduced to address unexpected power-related costs.
That would drop yearly bills $15.72 for typical residential customers and $31.92 for typical small-business customers.
Xcel also expects to credit customers about $5.1million -- or about four dollars apiece -- for missing targets for how quickly outages were fixed last year.
Meanwhile Xcel plans to provide about $445,000 to Energy Outreach Colorado to help low-income customers pay their power bills.