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Quiet Sunday along Front Range, mountain snow continues

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DENVER — A cold front will continue to impact the region on Sunday.

In the Denver metro area and eastern Plains, expect a gradual increase in clouds with highs in the lower 50s. There will be some breezy conditions, especially during the afternoon.

The cold front will have a bigger impact in the mountains, where periods of heavy snow will be possible throughout the day.

Travel will be difficult at times because of the strong wind and heavy snow.

Snow showers will continue in the high country through Sunday night, ending Monday morning. Totals will range from 3-10 inches with localized higher amounts.

Along the eastern half of the state, a few late-day scattered snow showers and a wintry mix can’t be ruled out Sunday evening.

A few flurries might linger into Monday morning, but this does not look to impact the morning drive for those along and east of the Interstate 25 corridor.

Little to no accumulation is expected in this region.

Quiet weather will return heading into the workweek.

By Monday afternoon, sunshine will return, helping temperatures make it back into the 30s behind the front.

Seasonal temperatures will return by Tuesday with highs in the lower 40s. Expect highs in the upper 40s and lower 50s for the second half of the workweek with plenty of sunshine.

There is the potential for the next cold front to arrive Friday night into Saturday, bringing another round of snow to the Rockies and Front Range.

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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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