DENVER — The latest snowstorm has exited Colorado, but another one is coming into the state for Friday and Saturday.
Conditions will be slick again overnight, especially sidewalks, streets and secondary roads — many roads in northeastern Colorado are still snow-covered and quite slippery.
Along with the snow came cold temperatures. Highs temperatures only reached the upper 20s to low 30s Thursday and nighttime lows will dip to the single digits and low teens.
There will be another chance for light snow on Friday as a new storm system swirls into Colorado from the west. This storm will spread the heaviest snow over southeastern Colorado and a Winter Storm Warning is in effect Friday through early Saturday for those areas as 4 to 8 inches of snow is expected.
Denver and the I-25 Corridor will have much light snow - less than an inch on Friday. Saturday and Sunday will stay cold with highs in the lower 30s.
The mountains will also have just light snow and continued cold temperatures with highs in the 20s and lows near zero degrees.
Yet another storm may bring more snow Sunday night and Monday with a few inches expected. The cold weather should hold through next week.
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