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Another hot and mostly dry day is in store for the weather picture on Tuesday, with temperatures warming into the 90s across the eastern plains, and 70s and 80s over the high country. A few thunderstorms will be possible over the mountains, and possibly along the Colorado New Mexico border. A weak cold front will push through eastern Colorado during the afternoon. Monsoon moisture will gradually increase behind this front Tuesday night, with an extended period of unsettled weather spreading over the state into the upcoming weekend, as widespread showers and thunderstorms develop over the state. Some of these storms will be capable of producing locally heavy rain, with an increased threat for flooding possible over the burn scars, especially Wednesday into Thursday. Persons living or traveling in these areas should remain weather alert and be prepared to move to higher ground if necessary.   (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

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Another hot and mostly dry day is in store for the weather picture on Tuesday, with temperatures warming into the 90s across the eastern plains, and 70s and 80s over the high country. A few thunderstorms will be possible over the mountains, and possibly along the Colorado New Mexico border. A weak cold front will push through eastern Colorado during the afternoon. Monsoon moisture will gradually increase behind this front Tuesday night, with an extended period of unsettled weather spreading over the state into the upcoming weekend, as widespread showers and thunderstorms develop over the state. Some of these storms will be capable of producing locally heavy rain, with an increased threat for flooding possible over the burn scars, especially Wednesday into Thursday. Persons living or traveling in these areas should remain weather alert and be prepared to move to higher ground if necessary. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

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