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TONIGHT: Partly clear with overnight lows in the 30's and 40's.

TOMORROW: Cold front sweeps the state increasing our winds and prompting Fire weather warnings along and east of I-25. Gusts expected around 30 mph. No rain or snow is expected with the passage of this front.

EXTENDED: Temperatures will cool for Tuesday and Wednesday before a warming trend begins and lasts through the weekend. The cold front we are tracking for this afternoon and Tuesday will bring mountain locations above 9,000-feet about 1-3 inches of snow but most of that will fall in the central and northern mountains.

Merry Matthews

Merry is KRDO’s chief meteorologist. Learn more about Merry here.

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