Warming trend followed by 2 more chances of snow

DENVER -- Expect another foggy morning in Denver, Boulder and Fort Collins on Tuesday. Skies turn partly cloudy this afternoon with a much warmer day and a high of 50 degrees.

The mountains continue to get snow. It tapers off on Tuesday afternoon into the evening.

The northern mountains will get an additional 1-4 inches, with 2-6 inches in the central mountains and 3-8 inches in the southern mountains in the San Juans. Highs will be in the 20s and 30s.

It will be much warmer, drier and windier statewide for Valentine's Day. Temperatures will surge into the lower 60s in Denver on Wednesday.

A second storm system arrives Wednesday night in the mountains with another round of heavy snow into Thursday.

There is a chance of light snow in Denver on Thursday afternoon and evening. A dusting of accumulation is possible into Friday morning and high temperatures will drop.

Saturday will be warmer and drier with highs around 60.

A third storm system arrives Sunday night into Monday morning with much colder air and snow possible in Denver. Heavy mountain snow will accompany the storm.

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