DENVER -- Snow will end from north to south quickly Friday evening in Denver and along the Front Range. A few light snow showers will continue in the Colorado mountains.
We are expecting sunshine along with milder mid-to-upper 40s in Denver on Saturday. The central and northern mountains will have light snow on Saturday, which is great for holiday skiers.
Sunday is looking dry and sunny across the state. It will be very warm in Denver with highs in the mid to upper 50s. The warmth should help melt away remaining snow in the city.
We are still tracking a couple more shots at snow for Denver. The first arrives late on Monday into early on Tuesday. A few inches of accumulation are possible, so we will watch the impact to the Tuesday morning drive. The second storm arrives on Thursday with snow showers and much lighter snow totals.
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