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Today: Sunny, clear and COLD start to the day today. Eventually seeing an increase in cloud cover, moving west to east. Temperatures rise from the teens and 20s this morning, to 40s & 50s this afternoon. High: 47°

Tonight: A slight disturbance brings the chance of some light showers after midnight tonight. Those showers possible lasting into the later morning hours. Depending on timing and temps some showerscould be any mixture ofrain, rain/snow mix & snow in the mtns.Low: 32°

Halloween: Chance of showers before noon, then those pushing off to the SE of us by later in the day. Despite morning showers, still looks dry by the time the kiddos are out trick-or-treating. High: 49°

High Pressure will bring us light winds, clear skies and CHILLY, below average temps through mid-week. A weak coldfront will bring increasing clouds and light showers early in the day Halloween Thursday....BUT. a chance of snow in the mountains Wednesday night through Friday night, with snow levels falling to 3000ft. A stronger Cold Front is set to roll in over the weekend, bringing a more likely chance of rain and mountain snow (snow levels will be at 3000ft) ....in fact, overnight Saturday a bit of light snow could make it to the valley floors.

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