Warm Friday before a chance of snow and cooler weather for weekend

DENVER -- The streak of snowless days in Denver ended at 65 after 0.4 inches fell at Denver International Airport on Wednesday night.

Most areas did not catch much snowfall, but it was icy before the system cleared.

That same system is dropping some snow over far southern Colorado that will also end Thursday night. Clear skies are expected by Friday morning statewide along with plenty of sunshine.

Another system is approaching the state on Saturday.

Clouds will increase throughout the day and snow will develop later in the evening. Some snow might linger into Sunday before clearing.

The snowfall doesn't look like much, just enough to create inconvenient road conditions for some areas. In many ways, this next system will be like the one that just moved through.

Early next week will be warm. Starting Thursday will be a much colder period of weather with improved snow chances too.

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