Colder temperatures, light snow arrive in metro Denver

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DENVER --  A cold front arrived from the north along the Front Range and it brought light snow to parts of metro Denver Thursday night.

Freezing fog and light snow continued to linger around Friday morning, but both were expected to dissipate by the late morning. Accumulation will be very light -- likely less than a half inch. 

The mountains, on the other hand, should see steady snow showers From Friday through Sunday.

Despite the clearing that is expected on Friday afternoon, temperatures are expected to remain cold with highs near 36. Temperatures aren't expected to warm much on Saturday, with highs around 38, and with the increasing cloud cover, there is a 30 percent chance of snow -- the best chance out of the next seven days.

That said, we're still tracking a possibility of light snow Christmas morning.



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