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As high pressure moves away from the state, our next low pressure system will build into Colorado from the northwest, dragging a cold front through southeast Colorado by late Friday afternoon. Moisture will gradually increase behind this front, with an increase in clouds expected during the afternoon and a chance for precipitation developing over much of the region by mid to late evening Saturday night. Some light snow accumulations will be possible in and near the mountains, with little or no accumulation expected elsewhere across the region. The chances for precipitation should diminish Sunday morning as the low moves away from the state. Area temperatures will remain mild ahead of the cold front, with 50s to near 60 expected over the eastern plains and 30s and 40s over the mountains. The San Luis valley will struggle into the 20s to near 30 once again on Saturday.   (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

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As high pressure moves away from the state, our next low pressure system will build into Colorado from the northwest, dragging a cold front through southeast Colorado by late Friday afternoon. Moisture will gradually increase behind this front, with an increase in clouds expected during the afternoon and a chance for precipitation developing over much of the region by mid to late evening Saturday night. Some light snow accumulations will be possible in and near the mountains, with little or no accumulation expected elsewhere across the region. The chances for precipitation should diminish Sunday morning as the low moves away from the state. Area temperatures will remain mild ahead of the cold front, with 50s to near 60 expected over the eastern plains and 30s and 40s over the mountains. The San Luis valley will struggle into the 20s to near 30 once again on Saturday. (Please visit http://weather.gov/pub for more information.)

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