Freezing drizzle to develop in Denver overnight; snow arrives in northern Colorado

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DENVER -- Snow will move into the north-central Colorado mountains and across the northeast Plains later Wednesday night. Accumulation will generally range from 1-3 inches.

In Denver, low clouds will form through the evening and some light freezing drizzle and light snow will develop after midnight.

That area of light drizzle and snow will be around early Thursday before ending.

No accumulation is expected in the city and to the south. However, there could be some slick roads for the Thursday morning drive.

Another chance for snow comes late Saturday into Sunday.

The storm looks similar to what's coming Wednesday night with better chances for snow and accumulation across the northeast Plains and in the northern mountains.

Denver will see snow over the weekend, but accumulation looks to be light.

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