Quiet end to holiday weekend; warm-up ahead

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DENVER -- Windy conditions from Saturday will come to an end on Sunday.

Expect a quiet end to the weekend, with temperatures making it into the mid-30s in the afternoon.

Sunshine will also make a return through the day, with a few passing clouds by the afternoon and evening. Breezy conditions will be possible up in the mountains through the afternoon hours.

A decent warm-up is set up to start the workweek, with highs reaching back into the 50s across the Front Range on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. The warmer temperatures will also come with some sunshine and quiet weather statewide.

A weak disturbance will move through the state Wednesday night and Thursday morning. The system looks to bring some snow to the mountains, but a few showers could push east into the Denver metro area.

No accumulation is expected at this time, and sunshine looks to rapidly return by midday.

Mostly sunny conditions return Friday and Saturday with seasonal temperatures in the upper 40s.

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We're tracking Denver weather today on FOX31 and Channel 2 News - and when conditions are bad we send out the Weather Beast.

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