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DENVER (KDVR) – Colorado recorded decent snowfall during Thursday night and Friday morning storm. The snow is wet and heavy, causing tree branches to break in the area. Parts of the foothills and mountains received 6 to 12 inches of snow.

There will be a few persistent flurries over the Front Range, foothills and mountains from Friday evening through early Saturday. These showers will be random, so not all places will see snow. The snow will be light in places that will see showers with accumulations and minimal impacts expected on trips.

There will be a few light flurries on Saturday morning, mainly over the Palmer Divide and in the foothills. Drier weather will move on Saturday afternoon with a high of 42 degrees.

Sunday will be dry with the sun returning to the Front Range. High temperatures will reach the 50s this afternoon.

Another chance for snow sets in on Monday, pushing temperatures down into the 1930s. By the end of next week, spring weather will be back in Colorado.

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