Abnormally warm and then two cold fronts

DENVER -- Heartbreak Ridge continues to dominate the West with abnormally dry, warm weather. Highs today around 60 in Denver, Boulder, and Fort Collins.  Sunny skies and breezy this afternoon with high fire danger.

The Mountains stay dry, sunny today and Tuesday. Highs 30s and 40s in the valleys.

I'm forecasting two chances of snow in the Mountains: Wednesday night into Thursday and Saturday.  These two cold fronts will drop the temps and increase the winds.

Note, it has been 62 days since our last measurable snowfall in Denver (October 9, 2.8").

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