Mild, mostly sunny weekend before snow returns

DENVER -- Thursday's morning snowstorm has quickly left the state. There will be a few lingering snow showers in the Colorado mountains with little additional accumulation Thursday night. We are expecting a cold night with teens across metro Denver under clearing skies.

We get a break from the snow and cold just in time for the weekend. Friday and Saturday will be in the milder mid-40s under mostly sunny skies. There will be melting of our recent snow that could make for wet roads in spots.

On Sunday, we will quickly warm into the mid-50s as skies go from sunny to mostly cloudy by late in the evening.

We are tracking our next shot of cold, wind and snow for Monday. Right now, the snow looks to arrive from the north during the morning hours. It looks to snow through the day with it tapering off in the evening from north to south. We are watching closely for accumulation totals and the impact the snow, wind and cold could have on your Monday morning and evening drives. Snow totals appear to be around an inch or two, but that could certainly change. Stay tuned.

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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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