DENVER — There will be another chance for snow for parts of Colorado as a new storm system swirls into Colorado from the southwest. This storm will spread the heaviest snow over southeastern Colorado and a Winter Storm Warning is in effect through Saturday afternoon for the southeast quarter of the state. Areas under the warning can expect 4 to 8 inches of snow.
Denver and the I-25 Corridor will have much lighter snow - less than an inch possible Saturday. The weekend will stay cold with highs in the upper 20s to low 30s.
The mountains will also have light snow and continued cold temperatures with highs in the upper teens to mid 20s and lows near zero degrees.
Yet another storm will bring more snow Sunday night and Monday with several more inches expected for the Front Range. A Denver7 Weather Action Day will be in effect on Monday for the next storm.
The snow will end Monday night, but the cold weather should hold through next week. Some light snow or flurries will also be possible next Wednesday.
Temperatures should moderate late next week, but the overall 7 to 10 day outlook will remain on the cold side.
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