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Above normal temperatures through the midweek

After a seasonable Monday, temperatures on Tuesday will climb a few degrees above normal. As per the usual this time of year, Tuesday morning will be fairly cool; you’ll need a jacket. You will have to ditch the jacket for the afternoon as temperatures approach seventy degrees.

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Warmer weather will control the skies throughout the next three days. Some models indicate temperatures in the 80s on Wednesday, but upper 70s look more reasonable. Either way, it will be a warm one! The system bringing this warmer weather will slowly weaken on Thursday; however, forecasts indicate continued dry weather. A weak cool front will affect the area Friday morning. Temperatures will return to seasonal norms as moderate cloud cover develops. Through the weekend, and into next week, temperatures will again warm up.

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Warm, dry weather is going to be fairly persistent in the coming weeks. Keep it here for your personalized Colorado State University forecast. I stand by this forecast being more accurate than any phone app!

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