3 warm days for Denver, Front Range before next storm system arrives

DENVER -- Expect a few mild, dry days in Denver and across the Front Range before the next chance of rain and snow move into the area.

There's a 30 percent chance of moisture overnight Thursday into Friday.

On Tuesday, there will be sunshine and tranquil conditions in Denver, Boulder and Fort Collins with highs around 56 degrees.

The mountains can expect morning sunshine before skies turn partly cloudy. Highs will be in the 30s and 40s.

It will be abnormally warm across Colorado on Wednesday ahead of a storm system. Highs will reach 70 degrees in Denver, Boulder and Fort Collins, with 40s and 50s in the mountains.

Rain and snow hits the mountains late Wednesday and continue on Thursday and Friday. There will be 3-8 inches of snow at the ski areas.

Rain mixes in at the lower elevation mountain valleys.

The best chance of rain and snow in Denver occurs overnight Thursday into Friday morning. Highs on Friday will be in the 50s.

Saturday looks dry before another storm arrives for Sunday and Monday with rain and snow chances for the Front Range.

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