Coloradans are waking up to a few inches of fresh snow that fell overnight across the Front Range.
The snow is expected to wrap up by midmorning, followed by a warming trend over the next few days.
According to the National Weather Service, the forecast for Tuesday calls for a high of 34 degrees under mostly sunny skies once the snow stops. North winds will shift to the west by the afternoon, with gusts over 20 mph possible. Winds will persist into the evening as the temperature dips down to 19 degrees.
There will be more windy conditions Wednesday and a lot more sunshine as the temperature is expected to top out at 45 degrees. The wind will die down Wednesday evening when the temperatures once again drop into the teens, leading into a gorgeous Thursday of partially cloudy skies and a forecasted high of 51 degrees.
There is a 30% chance for snow again early Friday morning. Sunday looks to be the prettiest day of the weekend, with a possible high in the mid-50s.
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