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New winter storm to bring accumulating snow, cold to Denver on Wednesday

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DENVER -- A new blast of cold with accumulating snowfall arrives in metro Denver Wednesday.

We will have limited sunshine early in the day.

A strong cold front will drop in from the north and develop snow across the Front Range and Denver around the lunch hour. Some of the bands of snow could be heavy early, but won’t stay that intense very long.

Temperatures will quickly drop into the 20s by the evening commute and that could make the Wednesday drive home slick and slow.

More snow will continue overnight into Thursday morning and with temperatures in the single digits and teens, the Thursday morning drive could also be a challenge.

Snow accumulation looks to range from about 2-5 inches across the metro area by late on Thursday. However, there's a chance even more snow could fall, particularly south and west of downtown Denver.

We’ll stay cold on Friday with some sunshine.  And, more snow arrives late on Saturday into Sunday with additional accumulation possible again.