Snow moves out of Denver metro area; 2 more storm systems lined up

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DENVER -- Snow ended Tuesday morning across the Front Range, with showers lingering in the foothills and along the Palmer Divide a little longer.

Drier air will move in and there will be partly sunny skies into the afternoon as highs climb to about 47 degrees.

A second storm arrives in the central and northern mountains on Wednesday then moves into the Denver metro area in time for the afternoon rush.

There will be a rain/snow mix initially before it changes to all snow with 1-3 inches of accumulation by Thursday morning. The mountains will get 2-6 inches of snow.

A third storm arrives late Saturday continuing into Easter with snow accumulation possible across the mountains, foothills and Front Range.

The storm could impact sunrise services on Sunday at Red Rock

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