Light snow leaves metro Denver as quickly as it arrived

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DENVER -- Light snow developed in the Denver metro area late Thursday afternoon and was gone by early evening.

The snow made roads wet during the evening commute, but that was about it. There was no accumulation reported.

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Bands of snow will continue to fall across the Colorado mountains. Some of the bands could be heavy at times. The northern mountains are looking at another 2-4 inches, while areas south of Interstate 70 could see snow totals from 3-6 inches overnight into Friday.

More snow is expected on Friday with additional accumulations of up to 4 inches. The avalanche danger remains high. And there are winter weather advisories in places across western and southern Colorado for poor travel.

The weekend with dry weather in Denver and highs in the seasonal low 40s. Another storm system is expected to to slide across southern Colorado, dumping snow in the mountains, and snow and freezing rain across southeast Colorado.

The northern edge of the storm system looks to throw snow into the metro Denver area on Sunday into Monday with accumulation of 2-5 inches

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