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First Alert Forecast OCT 27th

A nice break in the stormy pattern for Thursday! We’re still holding onto a ridge of high pressure over the Four Corners, giving us drier weather with more sunshine. Another wave of rain and high mountain snow moves in for Friday and the weekend. Overnight – mostly clear skies with light winds from the south and east. Some patchy fog is possible especially in mountain valleys. Lows into the 30’s and 40’s. Thursday – Breezy and Sunny with highs near 70°. Southwest winds from 15-35mph. Friday – Overcast skies with rain working in especially during the afternoon and evening. A 90% chance of showers. High near 60°. Breezy southwest winds from 15-30mph. Saturday – A slight chance of rain in the Plain, with most of the showers favoring the high country. Highs into the lower 60’s. Sunday – WINDY with winds 20-30 mph. Mostly cloudy with A 30 percent chance of showers, a high near 60°. Monday – Colder with more winds thanks to a cold front. Highs into the lower 50’s and a slight chance of rain.

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