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Sunny Sunday to set stage for snowy, cold Martin Luther King Jr. Day in Denver

A sunny, warm Sunday in Denver will serve as a precursor to a cold and snowy Martin Luther King Jr. Day, forecasters say.

Temperatures should climb to upper 50s Sunday in the Mile High City, with sunny skies and only a light occasional breeze, according to the National Weather Service.

Once the sun sets, temperatures will fall and the chance of moisture will jump up as the metro area prepares for a chilly holiday and start to the work week.

The Weather Service has issued a hazardous weather outlook calling for a cold front to move into northeastern Colorado Sunday night. By midnight, there will be a chance of snow across the eastern plains, including a 20 percent chance in Denver.

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