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Warming trend for the weekend, rain chances

TONIGHT: Skies will stay cloudy with a wind remaining of the south up to 11 mph. This will keep our overnight lows mild, only dropping into the low 50s. Areas of drizzle are possible along with fog through early morning.

THURSDAY: Dense fog is possible in the morning with areas of drizzle. The low clouds will be stubborn, clearing briefly in the afternoon mainly south of I-70. It will be warmer with high temperatures reaching the mid 60s north of I-70 and lower 70s south. Winds will come in from the south up to 12 mph, switching to the northwest late in the day as a cold front moves through. There is a chance of spot showers in the afternoon and early evening.

EXTENDED: Cooler air settles in briefly Friday with high temperatures in the upper 50s. Skies will become partly cloudy before more clouds move in with a chance of showers overnight into Saturday morning as another warm front moves through. The best chance of showers Saturday morning is north of I-70. We’ll warm back up Saturday with high temperatures reaching the upper 60s to 70 under mostly cloudy skies. Sunday will be the warmest day of the weekend as southerly winds increase to 15 mph, bringing temperatures up into the upper 70s to near 80 before another cold front moves in. This will bring a slight t-storm chance in the afternoon and evening Sunday with a rain chance Sunday night into Monday as the cooler air move in, dropping us into the 50s to near 60 for Monday. Watch ABC17 News for the latest forecast and follow ABC17 Stormtrack on Twitter for updates.

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