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Storm system winds down, gradual warming & drying for the weekend

Friday, May 19th, 2017 5:15am MST

Our late season snowstorm is slowly winding down and moving out. Friday will remain chilly and see some showers but the balance of the weekend will see things slowly get warmer and drier.

For today, the system and its effects will be slow to ease. Some light snow / rain showers will be possible through today and this evening but we aren’t expecting any appreciable accumulations. Temperatures will stay chilly today with highs only in the low 40s under cloudy skies.

Overnight tonight the precipitation should end by late evening and skies will begin to clear some. Lows will be dropping to right near freezing and that has prompted a Freeze Warning to be in effect from 2:00am to 9:00am Saturday.

Tomorrow will see dry conditions although we won’t be warming up particularly fast. Look for highs near 60 degrees under partly sunny skies.

Overnight Saturday into Sunday it will be dry with lows to around 40 degrees.

Another system will arrive Sunday and while it will be warmer, it will be a bit unsettled. Partly sunny skies will be above with high temperatures in the low to mid-60s. The afternoon and evening introduce more clouds and a chance for some showers and thunderstorms.

Have a great weekend!

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