DENVER -- The Front Range saw beautiful weather conditions on Sunday with sunny skies and seasonal temperatures.
Temperatures will warm to the 70s on Monday afternoon with a cold front bringing big changes by Tuesday morning.
Colorado will start Monday with mostly sunny skies and dry conditions statewide.
Winds will pick up in the afternoon and cloud cover will increase as a cold front pushes in.
Temperatures will cool quickly Monday evening with scattered showers and storms developing.
Showers will continue off and on from Monday afternoon into Tuesday morning but will transition from rain to snow as temperatures cool down early Tuesday morning.
It is possible some lingering snow showers will still be around for the Tuesday morning commute.
Accumulations will be small in the lower elevations. Most places will not see accumulation, although it is possible for the Denver metro area to see less than 1 inch on the cooler surfaces.
The Palmer Divide could see 1-2 inches of accumulation with 2-6 inches in the mountains.
Temperatures will only reach the upper 40s on Tuesday afternoon as the snow showers clear out.
Dry and mild weather will move back in on Wednesday with afternoon highs reaching 66 degrees.
More unsettled weather will move in on Thursday with highs in the 50s and a 20 percent chance of showers.
Drier weather moves in on Friday with highs climbing to the 70s through the weekend.
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