DENVER -- After a couple of mild days, temperatures will start to drop starting on Friday in some cases.
Highs will reach a spread of 30s, 40s and 50s across the greater metro area on Friday, all of which will be cooling throughout the afternoon and into the evening as cold air will push through.
For those mostly north and east that sit in the cold air, Friday will also be mostly cloudy with pockets of freezing drizzle.
Snow is expected Saturday and all areas will be colder as the center of the weather system passes through.
Snow totals for most areas will range from 0-3 inches. There will be higher totals in the Pikes Peak region and throughout the mountains.
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