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DENVER (KDVR) — After a stellar Saturday, we have a front sliding through tonight. 

Some of the higher ridges and ski areas, especially along the I-70 mountain corridor, could see 2 to 3 inches of snow, while lower elevations in the mountains will be closer to an inch. 

Palmer Divide could also get a quick snow shower overnight. 

A few rain showers are possible early Sunday morning in the western and southern suburbs of the Denver metro area. A fast-moving disturbance may trigger a few showers late afternoon and into Sunday night. 

Another system should move through Tuesday and Tuesday night for rain and snow showers in higher elevations.

Thursday starts a streak of great days. It’s looking great for the Rockies home opener on Friday!