Snow reminder winter is not over, cold front brings cooler temps next week

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DENVER -- Just when we thought spring was finally here, winter paid a quick visit to remind us that the snow is not over yet.

March and April are two of the snowiest months in Denver, and the quick blast of  wet snow on Saturday was a not so subtle reminder.

No more snow is expected overnight Saturday for the Denver metro area.

Roads are mostly dry. However, Saturday evening's lows will drop into the teens and 20s, so road conditions may be slick Sunday morning.

Look for a warmer and dyer Sunday with highs bouncing back into the 50s.

LINK: Pinpoint Weather forecast

A weak cold front will start our week off cooler once again Monday with about a 10 percent chance of a quick flurry early Monday morning.

Tuesday and Wednesday will be mild before another chance of light rain/snow Thursday night into Friday Morning.

LINK: Interactive weather maps and radars

Enjoy the rest of your weekend!


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