DENVER -- Light snow showers will continue in the mountains on Monday night and throughout the day on Tuesday. Another 1-2 inches of accumulation are possible over the next 24 hours.
Denver will stay dry, partly cloudy and breezy on Monday afternoon and evening.
Tuesday will be a much better day to spend outside with highs in the low 60s and partly cloudy skies.
There will still be a light breeze but winds won't be as strong as they have been the last two days.
The next storm system arrives late Wednesday into Thursday morning. A Pinpoint Weather Alert is in place for the Thursday morning drive.
Winds will pick up on Wednesday afternoon and evening, and cloud cover will build as the storm moves in.
Precipitation will likely start as rain and will change to snow late Wednesday night.
Snow is expected to fall overnight and into the Thursday morning drive but will clear by midday.
Small accumulation is possible on the Front Range. Bigger impacts and totals will be on the Palmer Divide and in the foothills.
Warmer and drier weather moves in for the end of the week. High temperatures will hit the 50s by Friday and the 60s by Saturday.
More chances for precipitation along with cooler temperatures move in Sunday and Monday.
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