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DENVER (KDVR) — Light snow is expected to move in later Tuesday afternoon and evening. Afternoon high temperatures will reach into the upper-30s.

This time, the snowfall will be light with small accumulations for the Front Range. Scattered showers are the most likely on the south and west sides of metro Denver and on the Palmer Divide and into the foothills. The mountains will also see scattered snow showers throughout Tuesday.

There could be a few lingering snow showers early Wednesday morning but most of it will clear by the morning commute. 

Snowfall totals in metro Denver will range from nothing up to an inch (more likely south and west). Parts of the central and northern mountains will see up to six inches of snow with up to a foot in the Sangre de Cristo mountains. 

Drier weather returns by mid-morning on Wednesday with high temperatures staying in the 30s Wednesday afternoon. 

Sunshine and mild temperatures move in Thursday through Saturday. Another chance for snow moves in Sunday into Monday.