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Nearly 60 degrees on Wednesday

The clouds on Tuesday held temperatures from reaching the 50s, but that will not be the case today. Wednesday should see significantly more sun, which should warm us into the upper 50s. Some more clouds will be around for the evening. Otherwise expect a very mild December day.

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Warm. That’s basically all you’ll need to know from Wednesday through Saturday. As strong upper-level high pressure drags over the region, we’ll see a lot of sunshine and dry weather. That looks to change on Sunday as a storm system transitions through New Mexico, bringing significant moisture to southern Colorado.

We’re expecting some snow in Denver and Fort Collins, but at this time it doesn’t look too significant. A small shift to the north, and this storm could certainly have a much different outcome. I’ll keep you in the loop!

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Meteorologist Austin Harley can be reached on Twitter: @wx_harley.

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