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ABC 17 Stormtrack Forecast

TODAY: We'll start the day with mostly sunny skies and a chilly southwesterly breeze increasing to 15 mph in the afternoon, gusting to 25 mph at times. High temperatures will reach into the upper 40s with increasing clouds late in the day.

TONIGHT: Partly to mostly cloudy overnight, temperatures will still fall to the low 30s. A weak disturbance will bring a chance for flurries late and early Wednesday morning, particular to areas north of I-70.

EXTENDED: The upper-level low centered across the Rockies responsible for the unsettled weather pattern for the past week will begin to push east. This low will move across the area tonight into Wednesday bringing another batch of clouds and possible snow flurries 3 AM to 7 AM Wednesday. At this time measurable snow is not expected. The clouds will keep temperatures cooler Wednesday, only reaching the lower 40s, falling into the upper 20s Wednesday night with clearing skies.  High pressure will remain with us from mid-week through the upcoming weekend, resulting in highs in the upper 40s through the lower 50s with more sunshine ending the work week.  For additional weather updates follow @ABC17Stormtrack on Twitter.

5 areas are now under advisories, watches or severe weather warnings.

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