Big warmup in store for Denver before chance of weekend snow

DENVER -- The weather will be calm and quiet Tuesday night with a few lingering snow showers possible along the Colorado/Wyoming border that will wrap up by midnight.

Light accumulation is possible across the eastern Plains with up to 6 additional inches in the mountains.

Dry conditions move in across the state on Wednesday and Thursday.

Denver's high temperatures will climb to the low 50s on Wednesday and the low 60s on Thursday with mostly sunny skies each day.

Temperatures will fall to the mid-40s on Friday with breezy afternoon winds and an increase in cloud cover.

A cold front will move in Saturday, bringing gusty winds, cold temperatures and snowfall.

Totals on the Front Range will range from 1-3 inches for metro Denver.  Storm totals could be higher as the storm gets closer.

Another chance for snow and cold arrives on Tuesday with accumulation possible again.

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