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A storm system and cold front will move across Northern Colorado later tonight with snow showers developing in the mountains and a chance of rain and show showers across lower elevations Tuesday morning.  Overall snowfall in the mountains will be on the light side, mainly in the 1 to 4 inch range.  Any snowfall that falls across the adjacent plains will be under a half of an inch, except up to an inch over the Palmer Divide.  Temperatures will be much cooler on Tuesday, with readings back into the 40s.

 

 

 

 

 

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