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Light snow expected in Fort Collins

Snow will fall all across Colorado on Wednesday, but the amounts will greatly vary depending upon how far north/south you go. Areas across southern Colorado, like Trinidad, could see over a foot of snow. Here in Fort Collins, less than an inch of snow is forecast.

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Although snowfall amounts will still fairly low across Larimer County, expect to see flurries and light snow falling throughout the day. It will also be a chilly day as a breeze picks up for the afternoon. Skies are expected to clear into Wednesday night and that will allow temperatures to quickly fall into the teens after sunset.

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Wednesday is forecast to be the coldest day for quite a while. Temperatures will begin an upward climb on Thursday, and the sun will return too. Friday and Saturday look party cloudy and mild. Sunday will be your choice weekend day. Some models are even indicating that we could reach the 60s by Monday!

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Meteorologist Austin Harley can be reached on Twitter: @wx_harley.

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