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Cooler air sticks around through most of the week, precipitation chances stay low until late week.

We saw a lot more clouds around for the second half of the weekend. Even with the lingering clouds, we still saw plenty of sunshine for your Sunday. Temperatures remained below average for yet another day. High temperatures only got into the mid/upper 40s. With some spots getting into the 50s along the western slopes. Some areas seeing more clouds than others allowed for temperatures to be more widespread today.

Overnight, clouds will be on the increase, with temperatures falling into the upper 20/lower-mid 30s. We will see fog in some spots tonight as well.

Overall this week looks to bring below average temperatures with minimal precipitation chances through mid week. Then widespread rain pushes in for late week with a stronger cold front.

Monday will start out with foggy conditions and a good amount of cloud cover. We will gradually clear things out by the afternoon with a few lingering clouds. Temperatures once again in the upper 40/lower 50s.

Don’t be shocked if you see a spotty shower Monday night into Tuesday morning. Could even some snow showers try to pop up for Tuesday morning. Nothing significant, but there will be some moisture around as a cold front pushes in Monday evening and lingering into Tuesday.

Tuesday will bring more cloud cover, which will limit temperatures from climbing much. Temperatures Tuesday look to be in the mid/upper 40s, With minimal rain chances in the afternoon.

Wednesday looks to bring more sunshine with temperatures in the upper 40s/lower 50s.

Thursday will be the warmest day of the week, with plenty of sunshine. Temperatures finally right around average in the upper 50s/lower 60s.

Thursday night into Friday we bring in a much stronger cold front, which will bring more of an unsettled weather pattern for Friday and Saturday. We will see widespread rain push in for Friday, with the chance of seeing some snow showers for Saturday. Temperatures both days look to be in the upper 40s/lower 50s.

Brandon Lawson

Weekend Meteorologist

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