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Cooler over the eastern plains, warm across the mountain valleys. Will remnants of Hurricane Odile impact Colorado?

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Mostly sunny and warmer today, with a few mountain thunderstorms. Turning cooler behind a cold front on Monday.

Mostly sunny and warmer today, with just a few mountain thunderstorms this afternoon. Turning cooler on Monday.

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Pleasant fall like weather returns to Eastern Colorado. Temperatures still below average.

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A few lingering showers this morning...with drier air returning this afternoon. Temperatures will be below average.

After a few morning showers...drier weather returns to eastern Colorado today. Temperatures still below average.

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An area of low pressure will push across eastern Colorado today, dragging a cold front through the region this evening. Ahead of this cold front, monsoon moisture will continue to spread over the state, bringing the potential for heavy rain over the mountains, with an elevated flash flood threat continuing over the burn scars, particularly over the West Fork burn scar. For the latest information on flash flood watches/warnings, please visit our web page at weather.gov/pub. Behind the cold front tonight, moisture will briefly increase across the eastern plains, with a slightly better chance for precipitation developing, mainly north of highway 50. Area temperatures will remain near to slightly above average across the region today, as highs warm into the 80s to low 90s across the eastern plains and 60s and 70s over the high country. Temperatures will then fall back to below average behind the cold front for the remainder of the week. (Please visit http://weather.g! ov/pub for more information.)