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Last Map Update: Fri, Dec. 9, 2016 at 6:35:11 am MST

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Dry west flow aloft will dominate the weather pattern over the next week, effectively shunting any storms off to the north. Temperatures will rise sharply, back to just below normal today and then well above normal for the rest of period. In fact, by Tuesday, high temperatures could approach record levels.
After a very chilly start Thursday, mostly sunny skies will take over and begin to warm the region. While we will still be a degree or two cooler than normal, temps will certainly be warmer than they were Thursday. The warming trend looks to continue into the weekend with above normal afternoon temps expected by Saturday.

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