Sunshine, warmer temperatures ahead for start of April

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DENVER -- Sunshine will dominate the eastern half of the state on Sunday afternoon as highs jump back into the low 50s.

Mountain snow will continue throughout the afternoon, with 2-6 inches possible for the central and southern mountains.

Mountain snow and cloud cover will clear out overnight with temperatures dropping into the 20s by Monday morning.

The first few days of April are looking quiet and warm, as highs hit the 50s and 60s to kick off the week with plenty of sunshine.

The next weather system will move into the state on Tuesday, bringing heavy mountain snow showers.

For the Denver metro area, expect scattered rain showers Tuesday evening and into the day on Wednesday. Temperatures will hit the low 60s across the Front Range on Wednesday.

Things will dry out Thursday and Friday as sunshine returns. Temperatures will warm above average, into the upper 60s for the end of the week.

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