DENVER (KDVR) — Parts of the Front Range saw freezing drizzle Wednesday morning that brought a coating of ice to roads and sidewalks.

With temperatures staying in the teens and 20s, icy surfaces stayed slick for the rest of the afternoon and evening. There was some fog and light snowfall Wednesday afternoon and evening before this storm system moves out.

Snowfall totals will range from nothing up to half of an inch. The biggest impact Wednesday night is the leftover ice from the freezing drizzle earlier in the day. There may be some slick spots for an hour or two early in the morning, but with the sun returning everything will thaw out.

Dry weather will return on Thursday with high temperatures in the upper 30s.

Another round of snow will move in on Friday with totals ranging from 0.5 to 2 inches. Accumulation looks small for metro Denver and the northern Front Range with a better chance for accumulation staying on the Palmer Divide and into the foothills.

The weekend will be dry with highs returning to the 50s by Sunday. Another chance for snow moves in Monday afternoon into early Tuesday.