DENVER (CBS4)– Plow drivers in Denver will continue to clear city streets on Tuesday after snow fell Monday into Tuesday. Snow reports have been generally between 2 and 6 inches elsewhere along the Front Range.

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The plows will address main streets and drop deicing material as needed. Denver deployed 36 residential plows to local streets. Those residential plows will wrap up their shifts at 3 p.m.

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The protected bike lanes will be plowed with a specialized plow that also carries liquid deicing material. The Department of Transportation & Infrastructure warns bicyclists that one-street bike lanes may become snow packed.

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“The two (plows) that we have right now with nine miles of protected bike lanes in the city is enough to help maintain,” said Heather Burke, a spokeswoman for DOTI.

Drivers can expect snow packed and slick roads with extreme cold temperatures overnight Tuesday that may impact Wednesday’s morning commute.

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DOTI urges drivers to allow for plenty of extra drive time and go slowly.