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Strong storms possible later today

THURSDAY: Showers possible early north of I-70, becoming quite warm with highs in the upper 70s to around 80 degrees. A few scattered strong storms are possible in the afternoon, with more widespread severe storms by evening. For the latest timing and threats on storms tonight, head over to the Stormtrack Insider Blog. TONIGHT: Storms

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Rain sticks around

TUESDAY: Rainy conditions in our southern counties will start to die out, but cloud cover will largely stay in the area. Highs will only warm into the mid 50s for the day. TONIGHT: Residents in our southern counties could see a few showers once again tonight, and coverage looks to stay south of I-70. Even with rain

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Tracking incoming rain

MONDAY: Clouds are starting to build in as we track rain moving toward the area. We can expect these clouds to stick around for the remainder of the day as rain begins falling in our southern counties. Highs will be in the upper 50s for the day with those clouds blocking out our sunshine. TONIGHT: Rain becomes

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Tracking another cold start

MONDAY: A chilly start will set the stage for another cool afternoon. Clouds look to return toward midday, and could bring a light shower to folks south of I-70. That cloud cover and winds still out of the northwest will keep temperatures in the mid to upper 50’s. TONIGHT: Rain becomes more widespread in coverage.

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Frosty weather out the door on Monday

TONIGHT: A frost advisory has been issued for the area until 8:00am tomorrow. Sensitive plants will continue to need extra care into tomorrow morning. Temperatures fall into the mid 30s with rural locations falling to near freezing. Winds will remain out of the northwest at 5-10 mph. MONDAY: After a chilly start, temperatures will attempt to

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Tracking a breezy Mother’s Day

SUNDAY: As we wake up this Sunday morning, the majority of the showers that moved through overnight have cleared out of the area, leaving us dry for the remainder of the day. The wind will be the biggest story today with breezes sustaining at 15-20 mph. Highs will be in the upper 50s and lower 60s.

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