KUSA - Light rain and snow showers over the Front Range Saturday evening are just heavy enough to get the car dirty.
The rain and snow showers from the Denver area north into Fort Collins and Greeley will end early Sunday morning with very little, if any, snow accumulation.
Heavier snow is falling over the eastern plains from Fort Morgan east into Kansas and Nebraska. The northeast corner of Colorado is forecast to have 2 to 6 inches of new snow by sunrise Sunday.
Mountain areas from Rocky Mountain National Park west to Rabbit Ears Pass are expected to have 5 to 10 inches of new snow by Sunday morning, with the snow tapering to flurries by midday Sunday.
Two more mild days are in the forecast for the Front Range Sunday and Monday before colder air, along with light rain/snow showers are expected Tuesday.
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