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Tracking A Gusty, Warm And Dry Thursday

Tracking A Gusty, Warm And Dry Thursday

Kids are home from school on spring break and looking to get outside and enjoy some warmer temperatures - better go somewhere else. Afternoon highs will stay warm Thursday afternoon (60s, 70s and 80s) before dramatically dropping more than 20° by Friday afternoon.

There is another chance for showers and thunderstorms Friday and Friday night, with a high in the low 70s and an overnight low in the upper 30s.

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We'll see a cooler weekend ahead with a big drop from 80.

Friday Night: A chance of rain before 4am, then a chance of rain and snow. After a few light morning showers and some clouds, some sunshine boosts temperatures near 70 degrees.

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We'll see wind gusts near 50 miles per hour across the plains and even higher in the foothills and mountains.

A warm and windy day is on tap today. Many of us are starting Wednesday morning needing heavy jackets as low temperatures settled back into the mid and upper 20s for a lot of locations. That's why the Enhanced Risk for severe weather turns into a Slight Risk for severe weather east of HWY 65. We'll keep mostly cloudy skies Saturday and Sunday with a few flurries possible. It is also a day of extreme fire danger due to the high winds and low relative humidity.

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A winter weather advisory has been issued for the central mountains, where totals could reach as high as 3-6 inches from Thursday through early Saturday.