Once again, a few rain, snow and graupel showers will develop. Otherwise, partly cloudy and rather cold. Afternoon highs will be below normal with most areas stuck in the 40s. Clearing skies overnight will allow temperatures to drop into the teens an 20s. Due to recent warmth, many plants are starting to show new growth prompting the concern of damage from an overnight freeze.
We will see a break from the wet weather Friday. Highs will be in the upper 40s to lower 50s.
Weekend Always in View: We will begin to feel the effects of our next storm system Saturday. Clouds will increase Saturday with rain, snow and graupel showers developing for Sunday. Mountain passes could see slick roads due to a slushy accumulation of snow.
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