Snow moves in Sunday

DENVER -- Weather conditions will stay fantastic on Saturday evening with mild temperatures, partly cloudy skies and dry conditions.

Big weather changes will move in on Sunday, including rain and snow chances.

The Front Range will start Sunday off with partly cloudy skies and breezy winds.

By the afternoon, winds will pick up and cloud cover will increase.

Rain showers will start between 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. on the Front Range and eastern Plains and will change over to snow showers on Sunday evening.

Snow showers stick around through early Monday morning before clearing out.

Temperatures will reach the upper 50s on Sunday before the cold front moves in during the afternoon.

The storm will bring a wide variety of snowfall totals to the Denver metro area.

Denver and the north side of town will most likely see less than 1 inch. However, the south, west and southeast sides could get up to 2-3 inches.

The Palmer Divide could see totals as high as 5 inches.

The mountains will see scattered snow showers Sunday and Monday. Totals will range from 3-10 inches for the high country.

A winter weather advisory is in place, meaning travel could be challenging because to gusty wind causing reduced visibility and slick road conditions.

High temperatures will only make it to the mid-40s in Denver on Monday. There is the possibility of a stray mixed shower Monday afternoon along the Interstate 25 corridor.

The rest of the workweek will be dry with temperatures hitting the 60s by Wednesday and the 70s for Thursday and Friday.

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