DENVER — A minor storm rolled across Colorado Monday night, bringing light snow to the Denver metro area.
We've seen accumulations of around 1-2 inches downtown, with 2-4 inches over portions of the southern metro and into the foothills. Skies will clear through the afternoon, but highs stay chilly, only in the low to mid-30s across the metro-area.
Wednesday will be dry again, with sunshine across the state. Slightly warmer, more seasonal weather returns Wednesday and Thursday, with highs in the low to mid 40s.
Some light snow or flurries will again be possible on Friday, but a major accumulation is not expected.
Dry weather and milder temperatures can be expected for Saturday - nice weather for the Bronco game with readings in the low to middle 40s!
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