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Saturday November 22, 2014 - afternoon update

Prepare for a dumping of snow in the mountains, windy and colder weather statewide.

Front Range & Denver Metro Area: Windy tonight with lows near 30 and a slight chance for snow. Tomorrow, windy with highs in the upper 30s to lower 40s and a bit of snow possible. 

Foothills/Valleys: Windy with areas of snowfall tonight, lows in the teens.  Slight chance for snow continues Sunday with highs near 30 and a strong wind. 

Plains: Slight chance for rain/snow overnight.  The wind will howl at times, too.  Lows near freezing and tomorrow's high in the lower 40s.    

Mountains: Heavy snowfall continues with one to two feet accumulating. Lows tonight in the single digits and teens. Highs tomorrow will be in the teens to lower 20s.  Strong wind will continue throughout the day.   

Western Slope: Rain/snow mix overnight, lows will be in the 20s. Tomorrow is breezy with highs in the 30s and a rain/snow chance.
Extended Forecast: Monday will be very similar to Sunday, but then this latest system will move out Tuesday.  This will drop the snow chance and temperatures will warm for the midweek.


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