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Tracking clouds that will make or break today’s temperatures

TODAY: Winds continue from the west-northwest today, and clouds may be stubborn. This combo keeps us in the 30s for highs today, unless we can get clouds to break in which case 40s would be possible.

TONIGHT: Skies should clear overnight, allowing for temperatures to fall into the 20s.

EXTENDED: Saturday will start with better chances of sunshine, but quickly cloud back over, as a system approaches from the southwest. Winds will turn southerly, giving us a chance at low 40s for highs before precipitation starts. This means precipitation will likely onset as light rain Saturday night, before transitioning to snow as temperatures fall. How far they fall will result in who sees snow, and how much. Also, chances for precipitation will be higher for some rather than others. As of the latest data, it looks like the best chances for snow will be for communities along and north of I-70. For more details on this, check out our latest Insider Blog. Sunday afternoon should melt accumulation somewhat as we climb back to near 40 degrees. Some sunshine returns Monday before more chances for rain and snow fill in by the middle of next week.

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