KUSA - The gloomy days are gone, well at least for the weekend. The storm system that brought snow to the High Country and rain to the Front Range on Friday has pushed east and left Colorado with mostly clear skies.
Clearing skies overnight brought freezing and below freezing temperatures to the High Country and a frost advisory to the Front Range. It was just a taste of wintry weather as the mostly clear skies will bring lots of sunshine and allow the temperatures to warm to near seasonal averages by the end of the weekend.
Afternoon highs on Saturday will reach the mid to upper 60s on the plains and upper 40s and 50s for the mountains.
Some low lying areas could be approaching frost points again Saturday night.
Sunday is expected to be even warmer with highs on the Front Range in the upper 70s. The seasonal and dry weather is expected to continue through Wednesday. By the end of the week another storm system is expected bring cooler temperatures and a chance for snow and rain across Colorado.
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