DENVER -- After a mild day, changes will move into Colorado on Sunday night. Clouds will increase, winds will become gusty, and temperatures will drop quickly.
The storm system will start in the far northeastern corner of Colorado as rain will turn to snow as temperatures get colder.
Snow showers will shift southwest into the Front Range by early Monday morning.
Snow will be falling on the Front Range, Plains and in the eastern mountains through the Monday morning commute.
Roads will be wet and could turn icy in some spots, especially bridges and overpasses.
Temperatures will start in the 20s in Denver on Monday morning and will fall to the teens by the afternoon.
Snow showers will become more isolated Monday afternoon and will taper off from north to south. By late Monday evening, snow will end.
Snow totals will be small from the storm. Denver will see 0-1 inches with 1-3 inches possible on the northern Front Range, northeast Plains and foothills.
Some of Colorado's central and eastern mountains will see 1-4 inches.
Tuesday will be dry with sunshine returning. High temperatures will be in the mid-30s.
Temperatures will warm to the 40s and 50s on Wednesday through Thursday with dry conditions statewide.
The next chance for snow will arrive Saturday.
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