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Snow will move into the Continental Divide this evening through midday Sunday dropping significant amounts over night before tapering off Sunday afternoon. Snow showers are expected over the remainder of higher elevations overnight into late Sunday morning. Breezy winds will persist across most parts of southern Colorado through the night..with fire weather conditions possible through the Plains into mid week. Another cold front will shift south across the Plains by Monday evening with some light rain possible also. This will help to keep the temperatures at or above freezing for the plains Monday night into Tuesday morning..with snow continuing along the Continental Divide.   (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

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Snow will move into the Continental Divide this evening through midday Sunday dropping significant amounts over night before tapering off Sunday afternoon. Snow showers are expected over the remainder of higher elevations overnight into late Sunday morning. Breezy winds will persist across most parts of southern Colorado through the night..with fire weather conditions possible through the Plains into mid week. Another cold front will shift south across the Plains by Monday evening with some light rain possible also. This will help to keep the temperatures at or above freezing for the plains Monday night into Tuesday morning..with snow continuing along the Continental Divide. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

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