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Light snow moves in Thursday, then it’s back to dry and warm

DENVER -- Two rounds of snow will impact Colorado this week, one Wednesday night and one Thursday.

The round of light snow showers moving through Wednesday night is concentrated in southern Colorado and the southern mountains.

No big accumulations are expected and it will clear out by early Thursday morning.

Another round of snow showers moves in Thursday. This will give the Front Range, central mountains and northern mountains a shot at some snow.

The storm will not bring a lot of snow like the past several ones.

Snow and rain/snow mixed showers will arrive in Denver around 11 a.m. Thursday and will continue on and off through the afternoon and evening.

Not much accumulation in Denver is expected, but it is possible to see a dusting along the Palmer Divide.

Colorado's ski resorts could pick up a few inches of snow from Thursday's storm but totals won't be impressive.

Temperatures will only reach the mid-30s in Denver on Thursday with gusty winds expected through the day.

Wind chill temperatures will be down in the teens and 20s most of the day.

The dry and warm pattern returns Friday and through the weekend. Highs will be in the mid-50s on Friday and in the upper 50s to low 60s on Saturday and Sunday.

Temperatures cool to the low 50s with more dry conditions to start next week.

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