KUSA - The three-day snowstorm is coming to an end across the state, but two more systems with snow and very cold temperatures are on the way for the first work week of February.
After a couple of days of big snow totals, an avalanche warning has been issued for the north and central mountains through the weekend.
Less than an inch of snow is possible around the metro area with higher amounts for the southern suburbs and along the Palmer Divide through midnight Saturday evening.
Skies clear by sunrise Sunday and sunshine will cover most of the state during the day.
Arctic air will return to Colorado Monday night, with snow expected Monday night and Tuesday. Current data show the snow will only be in the 1 to 2 inch range for the entire storm Monday and Tuesday.
Wednesday will also be cloudy and cold with almost continuous flurries all day. Very little accumulation is forecast.
A third round of snow is expected Friday night. Temperatures will drop below zero Wednesday and Thursday morning with highs only in the single digits and teens Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.
We have a detailed forecast for the week ahead here on the weather page on 9NEWS.com.
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