Snow flurries possible tonight, temps near 60 over the weekend

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DENVER — The Denver metro area may see a few flurries of snow tonight with temperatures in the low teens before warmer conditions prevail over the weekend.

“Skies will remain mostly cloudy and it will be breezy and cold tonight,” Chief Meteorologist Dave Fraser said. “Tomorrow will be another day with clouds rolling through the region and a little bit of a northerly wind.  Temperatures will warm into the mid- to upper 40s.”

By Sunday, temperatures could surge close to 60, Fraser said. That warm weather looks like it will be around for much of the next week as well.

Then just in time for the weekend temperatures are expected to soar into the mid to upper 50s and could get close to 60 degrees.  Warm weather looks to stick around for most of next week too.

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