Mild temperatures to stick around for Front Range

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DENVER -- The weather pattern across Colorado will remain quiet for several more days, so there will be plenty of sunshine on Friday and Saturday.  Temperatures are expected to be near 60 degrees on Friday in Denver. The normal average for this time of year is around 42 degrees. We'll stay in the upper 50s on Saturday.

The next storm system will return snow to the Colorado mountains on Sunday into early Monday. Several inches of fresh powder are expected, with some areas getting up to 6 inches of new snow. A weak cold front associated with that next storm will slide across metro Denver very late Sunday night. There could be a few light snow showers or flurries. Right now, accumulation in the city does not look likely.

Conditions will quickly turn dry again across the state starting late Monday. We will stay dry until the next storm arrives with snow in the mountains on Thursday and then possible snow in Denver on Friday, Jan. 11.

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We're tracking weather today on FOX31 Denver and Channel 2 News - and when conditions are bad we send out the Weather Beast.

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