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Detailed Forecast for Oct. 28, 2016

The dry weather has ended as a hose of Pacific moisture brings in rain and high mountain snow for Friday and the weekend. This will be a wet system for Friday, with some heavy rain during the day. However, not much rain is expected for Saturday as a bit of some drier air works in. Sunday, showers will return with highs into the upper 50’s. A cold front on Sunday will also drop temps and bring in some winds for Halloween. Friday – Overcast skies with rain working in especially during the afternoon and evening. A 100% chance of showers. High near 60°. Snow levels staying around 10,000 feet. Tonight – Showers likely with mostly cloudy skies and temps steady into the 40’s. Chance of rain 80%. Saturday – A slight chance of rain in the Plain, with most of the showers favoring the high country. Partly cloudy skies with highs into the lower 60’s. Sunday – WINDY with winds 15-30 mph. Mostly cloudy with A 90 percent chance of showers, and highs into the 50’s. Monday – Colder with more winds thanks to a cold front. Highs into the 40’s and lower 50’s and a few scattered showers possible.

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