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1192 days ago
Unsettled weather will spread across the region this weekend, as our next low pressure system begins affecting the weather over eastern Colorado this afternoon into Saturday night. This low will bring a good chance for precipitation to the central and eastern mountains, and much of the northeastern plains, including the Palmer Divide and Kiowa County by this afternoon and continuing into Saturday evening. The chances for precipitation will gradually spread south across the remainder of eastern Colorado on Saturday, before diminishing late Saturday night as the low moves east of the state. A brief break in the weather was expected across much of eastern Colorado on Sunday before yet another storm system approaches Sunday night into Monday, with an increased chance for precipitation expected area wide. Temperatures will cool into the 40s and 50s over most locations today, then falling off into the 20s and 30s over the weekend. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub fo! r more information.)