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DENVER (KDVR) — Snow is coming to an end as the storm system is exiting to the east this morning. Flurries are possible but accumulation looks light with most places receiving less than an inch. So, there should be little impact given that everything is still cold and snow-covered.

We will turn dry with plenty of sunshine from Wednesday afternoon through Saturday. Temperatures will return to the 40s and 50s by the weekend.

Snow will start to melt fast, causing splash back on area roads. Just watch out for freezing of melting snow during the overnight hours, especially on side streets.

We are tracking another storm that will bring rain and snow showers back to Denver on Sunday into Monday. And, another potential shot of snow is possible again next Wednesday.

March is turning out to deliver as Denver’s snowiest month of the year.