DENVER (KDVR) – Our recent wet storm system is slowly moving away from Colorado.

It delivered a great deal of moisture, with most places in the east of the mountains, including the Denver Subway, taking in an inch to more than an inch of moisture, both rain and snow. The foothills west of the city and some mountain areas recorded between 4 and 10 inches of snow.

We will have fog early Wednesday followed by the return of sunshine over the Front Range and into Denver. Temperatures will be milder, with readings in the low 60s. I can’t rule out the occasional shower, but most places stay dry.

We will continue the dry weather on Thursday and Friday as the afternoon highs hit the lows by the mid-1970s. The warm temperatures will continue on Saturday, only a few showers are possible.

Another damp weather setting appears to appear on Sunday and lasts through Tuesday. Every day has a good chance of showers and thunderstorms. The amount of rain could push back over an inch in the three days. And while it will rain in the plains, it will snow again in the mountains.

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