By First Alert Meteorologist Dave Aguilera

DENVER(CBS)- It should be an interesting week of weather heading our way. We have a big both a big warming trend and a chance for snow to cap everything off. On the jet stream weather map we have a ridge of high pressure moving in for Monday. This should start a warming trend that may get Denver close to 60 degrees by Wednesday and Thursday.

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Temperatures around the Front Range for Monday will primarily be in the 50s for the south metro areas and 40s for spots north of Downtown Denver.

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Tuesday may get a little windy for northeast Colorado with a small disturbance passing north of the state thru Montana and Wyoming. Our area should remain dry and mild. Except for the wind and a few more passing clouds.

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By the time we get to Friday there is another combination of a Canadian cold front and a low from the Pacific Northwest coming together for a good dose of mountain snow and some accumulation over the Denver metro area and eastern Colorado.

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At this time it is to early to give you exact numbers but, this is a First Alert about the chance of snow Friday afternoon and evening in the Mile High City!

First Alert Meteorologist Dave Aguilera