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DENVER — Saturday will be sunny and mild before snow and cold return.

Increasing clouds arrive around sunset Saturday along with a switch in the wind out of the northeast. A few light snow showers could be possible around midnight.

Metro Denver will wake up to light snow on Sunday along with much colder temperatures in the 20s. It will snow through the day with varying intensity.  The roads will be slick.

Currently, accumulation looks to be in the 3-6 inch range across the metro by late Sunday night.

Snow will continue to fall into the Monday morning drive, which could make it challenging. The snow should taper off after the morning commute. However, we will only have peeks of sun. Temperatures will remain cold.

We will stay in the 20s with another push of snow on Tuesday. Again, the roads will remain slick.

We finally get the sunshine back on Wednesday, but with several inches of snow on the ground, we will barely warm above freezing.

Halloween is dry and looking milder with a high near 50 degrees. Temperatures for trick-or-treating will be in the chilly 40s then 30s late. So, the little ones will have to dress warm and watch out for slick sidewalks and driveways given the snow will still be around.

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We’re tracking Denver weather today on FOX31 and Channel 2 News – and when conditions are bad we send out the Weather Beast.