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Wednesday Morning Forecast - Sunny & Mild

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Skies will stay clear for most of your Wednesday as highs work their way back to the middle 50s.  The wind will stay light for most of the day with just a few clouds building late in the afternoon and evening.  Lows will fall back to the low and middle 30s overnight as clouds continue to stream back into the area.

Your Thursday will bring highs in the middle and upper 50s ahead of a cold front that will spark a few scattered showers through the early afternoon and evening.  A few of those showers could also support a few garden variety thunderstorms late in the day.  Light showers are possible through the evening with high mountain snow likely. Light rain will stick around for the morning on Friday before clearing out for the afternoon leaving highs near 50. 

Saturday is expected to be warm and sunny with highs near 60.  Sunday is likely to bring scattered showers with highs in the middle 50s.

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