Storm to bring light snow from Fort Collins to metro Denver

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DENVER -- The next storm storm system slides into the Denver metro area on Thursday just after the morning rush hour and will continue through the afternoon. That's after the first storm exited the region late Wednesday.

The new system will drop 1 inch or less along the Interstate 25 corridor and 1-2 inches in the south and west suburbs by the Thursday evening rush.

More snow will fall in the foothills and Palmer Divide, where up to 4 inches are expected.

After the second storm moves out, sunshine and warmer temperatures will prevail. Highs will be in the mid-40s on Friday. There will be sunshine and much warmer temperatures with highs in the 60s on Saturday and Sunday.

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