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Rain showers will spread across the state today, with snow showers at higher elevations. Several inches of snow are likely in the mountains. Precipitation chances will last through tonight, decreasing Monday afternoon. Looking ahead, a warming trend will begin on Tuesday.
The heaviest rain and snow is falling across the area this afternoon and will continue through the evening. Only the highest elevations are seeing snow currently with rain and isolated thunderstorms for most of the area. Lighter rain and snow will linger through Monday with some lower elevations seeing snow mix in, in the early morning hours. No accumulation is expected in the lower elevations.
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