By First Alert Meteorologist Dave Aguilera

DENVER(CBS)- We have a small storm system tracking across Colorado Sunday night. This storm will drop snow in the mountains and higher foothills.

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Lets start with the mountains where there is a Winter Weather Advisory in place for parts of the northern and central mountains down thru the Sangre De Cristos for 4 to 8 inches into Sunday night. Travel thru the I-70 mountain corridor may have icy spots thru Monday morning.

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A few rain showers are possible over the Front Range and Denver metro area Sunday night. Most of the moisture should end after midnight.

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Some areas in and near the foothills of Jefferson, Douglas, Boulder and Elbert counties may see a light dusting of snow on grassy surfaces by Monday morning. With 1 to 3 inches possible in places like Evergreen, Conifer and Bailey.

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The week ahead will be warmer and breezy. There may be a concern for the return for high fire danger Tuesday thru Thursday. With the next chance for rain on Friday afternoon.

First Alert Meteorologist Dave Aguilera