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Detailed Forecast for February 6, 2017

Quite a bit of rain and mountain snow to kick-start your work-week. Areas of street flooding and ponding will be a concern especially in areas that pick-up a quick downpour. Cold front moves through tonight bringing in strong winds and cooler temps. Snow returns for everyone tomorrow.

Monday, overcast skies with rain and snow showers for most of the day, or at least until the late afternoon hours. Daytime highs will still be above average in the 30’s and 40’s. Southwesterly winds will be gusty at times, ranging from 20-45 mph occasionally stronger.

Tonight, scattered rain/snow otherwise mostly cloudy and windy with southwest winds from 15-30mph. Chance of precip 40%. Lows dropping into the 20’s and 30’s.

Tuesday, cloudy skies with snow likely. This is our cold day for the week as most daytime highs will stay near freezing. Winds will temporarily be out of the north, ranging from 10-25 mph.

Wednesday, partly cloudy skies with a few scattered rain/snow showers. Southwesterly winds will pick back up again bringing above average temperatures. Daytime highs will be range from the low 30’s to the low 40’s.

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