Light snow, fog to give way to warmer temperatures Monday

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DENVER -- Dense fog was again hanging in Denver Monday morning, along with a light coating of snow. In fact, a Dense Fog Advisory was in effect for much of the Metro area until 9 a.m.

The fog is expected to slowly burn away after 10 a.m. in Denver, revealing partly sunny skies and high temperatures around 50 degrees. The Mountains can also expect sunny to partly sunny skies throughout Monday, with highs in the 30s and 40s.

But like the fog Monday morning, the warm temperatures were expected to dissipate by Tuesday. A cold front is expected to move in Tuesday with more fog and light snow expected by the evening rush hour.

One inch or less of accumulation is expected across the Front Range Tuesday, with high temperatures around 37 degrees.

Wednesday and Thursday mornings could start with fog, as well, and another cold front is expected to slide in on Friday and linger through Sunday. Scattered snow showers are possible during that stretch.

Colder temperatures are also expected come next weekend, with highs in the 30s and light accumulations of snow possible across I-25.