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Warm Weekend with Varying Rain Chances

TODAY: Drizzle is possible in the morning with low clouds lingering throughout the day. Temperatures will be mild however, reaching the upper 40s north of I-70 to the low 50s south with southwest winds at 6-10 mph.

TONIGHT : The chance for patchy drizzle will hang around tonight, with a chance of fog developing late tonight as well. We will notice the low level moisture increasing with those southerly winds throughout the night, as low temperatures only drop into the low to mid 40s.

EXTENDED: Sunday will feel more like late March as temperatures reach 60 degrees with southerly winds up to 15 mph. As a cold front approaches, rain chances increase through the afternoon Sunday with showers likely in the evening and into the overnight hours. A few t-storms are also possible. Rainfall amounts will range from a tenth of an inch to a half inch with highest amounts east of HWY 63. Rain moves out by 3 AM Monday and we’ll be dry through the morning before a mix of rain and snow moves in during the afternoon with the best chance north of I-70. At this time, little to no snow accumulation is expected. Any minor snow accumulation will be slushy and mainly on grassy surfaces. High temperatures reach the low 40s Monday morning, dropping below freezing in the late evening hours with overnight lows in the mid 20s. Temperatures will remain seasonal Tuesday and Wednesday as we see a warming trend in store late in the week, getting back into the 50s by Friday. Watch ABC 17 news and check back on our website for the latest updates to your forecast.

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