Cold, wet end to weekend with mountain snowfall

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DENVER -- Rain showers moved in to metro Denver by Sunday evening. A few flurries could mix in with the showers in the lower elevations early on Monday, but there most likely won't be any accumulation.

Colder temperatures move in Monday with a high of 44 degrees expected in Denver. Monday will be wet with showers on and off through the day.

The mountains will accumulate 2-6 inches of snow through Monday evening. It is possible the foothills and Palmer Divide receive a dusting of snow if temperatures get cold enough.

Showers will continue into Tuesday with highs staying in the 40s. It is possible for one-half inch of snow in parts of the Denver metro area on Tuesday.

It shouldn't be enough to bring big travel impacts to the Front Range.

The mountains will continue to accumulate snow each day.

Denver will warm back to the 50s  on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday with slight chances for showers each day.

Next weekend looks drier

for Colorado.

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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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