Denver will see warm temperatures and a slight chance of snow this week

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DENVER -- The high temperatures reached the mid-50s on Monday, making it the warmest day in Denver in more than a week.

Tuesday will be similar to Monday with sunny skies, dry conditions and high temperatures in the 50s. All of Colorado will be mostly sunny and dry.

Weather changes will start to move in on Wednesday.

Isolated snow showers will develop in the mountains early on Wednesday and will continue on and off through the day before clearing out.

The showers will be light with accumulations between 0 and 3 inches.

The Front Range has a chance for an isolated snow shower or two on Wednesday afternoon but most places will stay dry.

Places that do see a snow shower will only see small accumulations under half an inch.

Temperatures will soar back to the 50s on Thursday and will reach the 60s on Friday.

Another snowstorm will move in to Colorado on Sunday into Monday. It is too far out to know totals.

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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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