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Last Update: September 23, 5:45 AM

WEDNESDAY: Today looks similar to Tuesday but afternoon storms will be fewer and far between. The isolated storms we see and hug our higher terrain. So if you live along or E of I-25, plan on a mainly dry day with only a slight chance of a shower for areas W. Highs drop another degree or two but nothing major in terms of a cool down.

EXTENDED: It will be a quiet end to the work week… with more warmth, sun and dry conditions across the region. Temps will warm into 80s and low 90s across low elevations Thursday and Friday.

By the weekend we’re watching for some relief from the warmth! A system to our north will bring in cooler air but not much in the way of rain. Models are pretty inconsistent right now about exactly how cool we’ll get… plan on highs between the mid-70s to low-80s for lower elevations. We’ll figure out if we’ll be on the low or high end of that range in the coming days.

For the start of the work week the forecast is looking a bit like a roller coaster! We’re set to warm up to the 80s and 90s Monday ahead of a cool down that could bring temperatures back to the 60s for many! Stay tuned…

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