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An upper level storm system will move slowly into the the Four Corners region on Wednesday, with a series of upper level disturbances pushing over the state. This will bring unsettled weather to the region over the next few days, with areas of showers and thunderstorms likely. Some of these storms could become quite strong and possibly severe along the Colorado Kansas border during the afternoon and evening hours both Wednesday and Thursday. Heavy rain will be possible in and near the eastern mountains, with an increased chance for flash flooding...especially near the burn scars. Snow will also be possible over the mountains, with significant accumulations possible above 10000 feet. Temperatures will gradually cool over the next couple of days, with highs in the 60s to low 70s over the plains and generally 40s and 50s over the high country. Visit our web page at www.weather.gov/pub for the latest information on this developing weather situation.   (Please visit http! ://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

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An upper level storm system will move slowly into the the Four Corners region on Wednesday, with a series of upper level disturbances pushing over the state. This will bring unsettled weather to the region over the next few days, with areas of showers and thunderstorms likely. Some of these storms could become quite strong and possibly severe along the Colorado Kansas border during the afternoon and evening hours both Wednesday and Thursday. Heavy rain will be possible in and near the eastern mountains, with an increased chance for flash flooding...especially near the burn scars. Snow will also be possible over the mountains, with significant accumulations possible above 10000 feet. Temperatures will gradually cool over the next couple of days, with highs in the 60s to low 70s over the plains and generally 40s and 50s over the high country. Visit our web page at www.weather.gov/pub for the latest information on this developing weather situation. (Please visit http! ://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

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