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DENVER (KDVR) — Thursday will be a Pinpoint Weather Alert Day, as snow showers left behind bitterly cold temperatures that began to drop below zero overnight. Hazardous wind chills are expected.

Any additional accumulation before the snow comes to an end will be less than an inch in most spots. Roads will still be slick Wednesday night.

Temperatures will fall below zero Thursday morning with the low reaching 4 degrees below zero in Denver. The rest of Thursday will be sunny and dry with a high of 21 degrees.

Temperatures will gradually heat up into the weekend with dry weather. Highs will hit the 40s on Saturday and Sunday.

Another chance for snow is possible in Denver Tuesday and Wednesday of next week.