DENVER (KDVR) – Clouds and snow clear out Sunday before the next round gets here Monday, which will be more impactful for Denver’s weather.

Weather today: Seasonal sunshine

Gradual clearing Sunday morning gives way to plenty of sunshine in the afternoon with temperatures in the upper 40s. Wind will also pick up by the afternoon.

Weather tomorrow: Sunshine before snow

Monday starts off dry and sunny but by the evening, Colorado’s next cold front moves in across the state.  

Clouds increase across the mountains with snow starting there late Monday afternoon to early evening.

Snow will push into the Front Range and Eastern Plains late Monday night into Tuesday morning. It will be heaviest for the Tuesday morning commute and will linger into the evening, tapering off from west to east, and ending late Tuesday.

The Front Range could see 2 to 4 inches, with isolated higher amounts.

The foothills could see 2 to 6 inches, whereas the higher mountain towns could see 5 to 15 inches.

Looking ahead: Cold midweek

Coming behind the snow is a very cold Tuesday night, with lows in the teens and below.

The chilly temperatures continue Wednesday before sunshine helps to warm up the rest of the week. Friday has extra clouds and wind for the Front Range, and light snow for the mountains.