DENVER -- Some warmer weather will finally return to the Front Range on Sunday afternoon, with highs jumping back into the low 60s.
Expect a mixture of sun and clouds with breezy conditions. A few mountain snow showers can't be ruled out during the afternoon, but minimal accumulation is expected.
It will stay dry, sunny and breezy for Monday as temperatures soar into the low 70s. The average high for this time of year is the low 60s.
The next storm system will arrive Tuesday, bringing an increase of cloud cover through the day.
Mountain snow showers will begin around lunchtime, with rain moving into the Front Range by the evening. Temperatures will stay in the upper 60s before to the front moving through.
Expect a mix of rain and snow Tuesday night into Wednesday morning. On-and-off again showers will occur all day Wednesday, lingering into the start of Thursday.
Some locations, primarily the mountains, foothills and Palmer Divide, might see up to 2 inches of accumulated snow.
Sunshine and drier weather will return by Friday and Saturday with highs back in the 60s and 70s.
The early forecast calls for dry conditions for Easter sunrise services at Red Rocks Amphitheatre.
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