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A low pressure system will push across Colorado today, dragging a cold front through southeast Colorado this afternoon and evening. Ahead of the front, mostly dry and hot weather will continue, with highs warming into the 90s over the plains, with 70s to low 80s expected over the high country. Behind the cold front, monsoon moisture will be drawn back across the state from the southwest. This will bring increasing cloudiness to the region, with a chance for precipitation developing over much of eastern Colorado through mid week. Locally heavy rain will be possible through the period with the stronger thunderstorms, so persons living in or near the burn scars should remain weather alert. Temperatures will cool considerably across the region behind the front, with highs warming into the 70s to mid 80s over most locations through the end of the work week.   (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

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A low pressure system will push across Colorado today, dragging a cold front through southeast Colorado this afternoon and evening. Ahead of the front, mostly dry and hot weather will continue, with highs warming into the 90s over the plains, with 70s to low 80s expected over the high country. Behind the cold front, monsoon moisture will be drawn back across the state from the southwest. This will bring increasing cloudiness to the region, with a chance for precipitation developing over much of eastern Colorado through mid week. Locally heavy rain will be possible through the period with the stronger thunderstorms, so persons living in or near the burn scars should remain weather alert. Temperatures will cool considerably across the region behind the front, with highs warming into the 70s to mid 80s over most locations through the end of the work week. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

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