DENVER -- It will be a spring-like day across the Front Range on Tuesday with a 20 percent chance of a rain/snow shower and partly cloudy skies. Our highs will be around 42 degrees.
The mountains stay partly cloudy with a 10 percent chance of a snow shower on Tuesday with highs in the 30s.
We have sunshine on Wednesday and then we have two minor storm systems are lined-up.
They are both southern track and therefore warmer.
The first arrives in the mountains Thursday-Friday.
1-4 inches of snow accumulation at the Central and Northern Mountain ski areas while the southern mountains get the most with 4-8 inches.
That storm affects the Front Range on Friday with a chance for rain showers.
Saturday stays partly cloudy.
The second storm system arrives on Sunday with another 1-4 inches of mountain snow and a chance for rain across the Front Range. The Southern Mountains get the most accumulation with 3-6 inches.
Monday features a continuation of rain/snow chances.
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