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Warm before the winter storm

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Get ready for a warm weekend with plenty of sunshine to enjoy if you want to take a break from snow and cold.  High temperatures on Saturday will reach the low to mid 60s across metro Denver.  We’ll warm to the upper 60s on Sunday with some communities touching 70 degrees.

A cold front arrives early on Monday and will have temperatures back in the 30s.  Our forecast high on Monday is 32 degrees and that will come in the morning.  Temperatures will fall into the low to mid 20s by the afternoon.  Snow is expected to develop late in the day.

Snow will continue overnight into Tuesday morning.  The commute will be slick and slow.  Accumulation by late Tuesday morning looks to range from 1″ to 3″ across most of the Front Range.  There will be higher totals in the foothills west of the city.  Tuesday will be our coldest day with highs in the 20s.

The rest of next week looks dry with partly cloudy skies and chilly daytime highs in the 30s to low 40s.

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