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Cold nights and Autumn days expected all week

TONIGHT: Northwesterly winds of 10-15 mph will decrease slowly through the night as cooler air moves in under mostly cloudy skies. Temperatures will drop into the mid 30s north of HWY 24, to the upper 30s near I-70 and lower 40s south to I-44. The wind will bring wind chills down as low as the upper 20s to lower 30s by morning.

MONDAY: Bundle up as you head out the door, as wind chill values will be near freezing through midmorning. Despite a brief peak of the sunshine through tomorrow morning, skies will once again become overcast through the afternoon hours. This will limit highs only climbing into the upper 40s to near 50 degrees. Winds will remain out of the northeast under 13 mph. After 2 PM, there is a chance we could see some light rain showers along and south of Hwy 50 as a weak disturbance tracks to our south. Outside of that chance, Monday will be on the dreary and cool side.

EXTENDED: Overnight lows Monday will drop into the upper 30s and Tuesday looks chilly, only reaching the upper 40s. It will be colder Tuesday and Wednesday nights as we drop into the upper 20s to lower 30s. We remain dry as we head into Wednesday with highs the rest of the week not budging much. Each day we’ll see highs in the upper 40s to lower 50s through the weekend. Our next shot of rain comes as we head into Saturday, as a disturbance tracks in from the Rocky Mountains. No severe weather is expected, but it’s likely to bring some light rain showers. Watch ABC17 news for the latest forecast and follow ABC17 Stormtrack on Twitter for updates.

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