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Next round of rain, snow arrives Sunday afternoon

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Conditions will begin to dry out across the state as we head into the Saturday evening and overnight hours. Expect mountain snow showers to continue, with dry conditions here in the Denver metro and Front Range. Temperatures will drop into the low 30s to start the day on Sunday.
We'll keep some cloud cover and quiet conditions to start the day on Sunday. Expect clouds to build, with mountain snow showers continuing through the morning hours. These showers will move east of the mountains by the afternoon hours, bringing a rain and snow mix to the Front Range. Minor accumulation is expected by Monday morning, primarily along the Palmer Divide and western foothills.
Monday will offer an increase in sunshine and warmer temperatures, with highs jumping into the upper 50s. The warm-up will continue through Tuesday and Wednesday, with daytime highs hitting the low 70s, our warmest temps since the end of October!
Slight changes will start to move back in by Thursday, as clouds increase and highs hit the mid-60s. A few isolated showers will be possible across the Front Range, with a better chance of rain and snow expected by Friday.

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