DENVER -- Sunshine takes hold the next couple days in Denver, Boulder, Loveland and Fort Collins. Highs Monday reach 49 degrees.
The mountains stay breezy with sunshine on Monday and highs in the 20s and 30s.
Watch for a quick-hitting inch of snow overnight into early Tuesday in the central and northern mountains.
It moves away by midday Tuesday. This includes Eldora, Steamboat Springs, Longs Peak, Winter Park, Loveland and possibly Breckenridge.
The next storm system arrives Wednesday night and continues Thursday. It hits the mountains first, then brushes Denver and the Front Range with about 1 inch of snow on Thursday.
The mountains can expect 2-6 inches of new snow.
It will be drier on Friday and Saturday with highs in the mid-50s.
Another storm system arrives Sunday with mountain snow. Right now it looks like another 2-6 inches in the mountains, with only light amounts across the Front Range.
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