DENVER -- Another round of snow is heading toward Denver from late Friday into early Saturday.
The timing of the snow during the overnight hours will allow for better accumulation.
It will be light in most areas across the metro area with up to 2 inches possible. A region of higher totals of 4 inches or more is possible over extreme northeast Colorado.
#cowx more snow will fall in the Colorado mountains on Friday adding to accumulation totals...Denver will have another round of accumulating snow for the Friday evening drive into the overnight hours...it could make for another tough drive pic.twitter.com/9frOAhv9eK
— Dave Fraser (@DaveFraserWX) February 23, 2018
It will turn dry on Sunday through Tuesday with milder temperatures.
The next round of snow arrives on Wednesday with more cold temperatures.
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