By First Alert Meteorologist Dave Aguilera

DENVER(CBS)- 

On the big weather map we have a low over Nebraska that brought in a few sprinkles over the Front Range on Monday night.

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At the same, time a big low over northern New Mexico is poised to bring in soaking rains over southeastern parts of the state thru Tuesday morning.

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There may be a few light rain showers over the Denver metro area on Tuesday morning.

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And if that is not enough a Montana low will drag a cold front over the Rockies on Tuesday night.

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Measurable moisture by Tuesday night should be decent on the west side of the metro area into the foothills. Some spots could see over a quarter of an inch of precipitation.

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The mountains will pick up some snow over the higher elevations. With 3 to 5 likely in a few spots of the northern mountains.

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Southern sections of the state should see more rain and snow from the next storm.

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There is a Winter Storm Warning for the Sangre De Cristo Mountains where over a foot of snow could drop above 10,000 feet!

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First Alert Meteorologist Dave Aguilera