Snow ending in mountains, big warm-up forecast in metro Denver

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The Denver skyline was shrouded in fog on the morning of Feb. 10, 2014.

The Denver skyline was shrouded in fog on the morning of Feb. 10, 2014.

DENVER -- Freezing fog gave way to a little bit of sun in metro Denver Monday afternoon.

Light snow showers are possible Monday evening in metro Denver, especially on the south and east sides of town.

Patchy fog is expected to form overnight. Lows will drop into the teens. The fog should burn off by late Tuesday morning.

The warm-up in the weather begins Tuesday and it will last all week.

Snow continued to fall in the mountains where some places received an additional 4-7" Monday. Some resorts were measuring snowfall in feet during the weekend. An avalanche warning was up for the central and northern mountains due to high avalanche danger.

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Heavy snow over the last 14 days has added almost 40 percent to Colorado's snow pack.

Sunshine is expected to return to Colorado by Tuesday afternoon with highs getting into the seasonal 40s. And those temperatures are only expected to warm as the week goes on. Partly cloudy to sunny skies and highs in the 50s and near 60 are in the forecast for Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and into the weekend.