DENVER -- The dry weather days of late continue to expand Colorado's drought. There are a few chances to get some much needed rain or snow.
It will be dry and warm through Wednesday with highs in the 70s in Denver.
The first chance for moisture arrives with a weak cold front late Thursday into Friday. The better opportunity will be on Friday with a 20 percent chance for rain or snow showers.
The next chance looks a little better and it arrives on Sunday into early on Monday. That cold front appears to have a better setup for rain and snow showers.
The chances are not stellar, but the opportunity is there.
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