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TONIGHT: Few clouds are expected overnight with dry and breezy conditions. Lows in the 20s are expected.

TOMORROW: southwest winds bring a mix of sun and clouds for the afternoon with breezy conditions (winds 20-30 mph gusts) and high temps in the 50's to mid 60's.

EXTENDED: Areas of elevated fire danger will be likely as temps warm and gusty west southwest winds return by Thursday ahead of our next approaching storm system. This system will bring snow across the Colorado Rockies by Thursday. This same system slides across I-25 and the Plains by Friday yielding windy and colder conditions with a chance for at least scattered rain and a few snow showers.

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