Temperatures soar to the 60s on Wednesday before snow arrives Thursday

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DENVER -- Gusty winds out of the west in the eastern mountains and foothills have helped warm Denver's temperatures into the 50s on Tuesday afternoon.

Denver will stay dry and breezy on Tuesday night with more mild weather in store for Valentine's Day.

A few lingering snow showers in the northern mountains will die down late Tuesday night, with more gusty winds expected along and near the Continental Divide.

High temperatures will climb to the mid 60s on Valentine's Day in Denver. Winds will be gusty with dry conditions.

The next chance for snow in Denver will arrive Thursday afternoon. It won't be a big storm, but it's possible there will be a light dusting before it clears out Friday morning.

The Palmer Divide and foothills have a better chance to see an inch or two of accumulation. The mountains will pick up several inches of fresh powder.

Colorado will dry out for Friday and Saturday. Highs will reach the 40s in Denver on Friday and the 50s on Saturday.

Another round of snow moves in late Sunday night into Monday and Tuesday.

This storm will bring cold temperatures and possible accumulation to Denver.

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We're tracking weather today on FOX31 Denver and Channel 2 News -- and when conditions are bad we send out the Weather Beast.

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