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Snow chances slide back into the forecast

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DENVER — A cold front will sag south into northeast Colorado late Wednesday.  Snow will develop along the Front Range in the northern Colorado mountains and across the northeast Plains.

In this corridor, accumulation will range from 1-4 inches.

Denver will be on the southern edge of the snow that is expected to arrive very late Wednesday and last into early Thursday.

Another storm will bring more snow from late Saturday into Sunday.

The set-up will be very similar to the Wednesday storm with higher chances for snow to the north and east of Denver and much less south.

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