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Last Map Update: Tue, Jan. 28, 2020 at 2:29:05 pm MST

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Expect highs in the 40s and 50s today through Thursday, with periodic light rain/snow showers tonight and again Wednesday night into early Thursday. The end of the week is trending warmer, drier, and windy. Strong winds are going to be the main concern along with increased grassfire potential due to the dry conditions.
Mild temperatures will continue throughout the next week. Normal high temps for this time of year are around 37°. High temps will reach the mid 40’s through Thursday before warming into the 50s and potentially the low 60s by Saturday. Periodic light rain and snow showers will continue through Sunday. Winds will increase on Thursday and remain breezy to strong through the rest of the week into Sunday. Cold front late Sunday will drop temperatures back toward seasonal levels with a better chance for snow.


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