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Clouds, snow slowly clearing out to start the weekend

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DENVER — Scattered snow showers will continue to come to an end for the Front Range Saturday morning, with minor accumulation expected. Clouds will linger through the day, with a break or two of sun during the afternoon. Highs will only make it into the low 40s across the Denver metro area.

Meanwhile, in the mountains, expect scattered snow to continue throughout the day, with an additional 1-3 inches possible.

Clouds will clear out Saturday night as temperatures drop into the 20s.

Expect a mix of sun and clouds for Sunday afternoon with temperatures making it into the 40s and 50s.

Periods of heavy snow will continue in the mountains throughout the second half of our weekend, specifically across southwestern Colorado. Expect an additional 2-4 inches through the afternoon for the high country.

As we start the month of April, expect dry conditions for both Monday and Tuesday. Highs will stay close to average, in the mid-50s across the Denver metro area.

Our next chance of moisture returns by Wednesday, but with temps in the 60s, expect rain in the Front Range. This will be a quick chance of rain, as sunshine and warmer-than-average temperatures return by Thursday and Friday.
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Pinpoint Weather Meteorologists Matt Makens, Christine Rapp, Chris Tomer, Chief Meteorologist Dave Fraser, Greg Dutra, and Jessica Lebel.

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