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A warm start to the fall season

The first full day of the fall season will be similar to Wednesday but with more humidity.

The incoming trough of low pressure will draw in moisture. Dew point temperatures will climb into the low 60s early Thursday morning and hover in the 50s through the afternoon.

The additional moisture will bring a chance for showers and storms to the mountains beginning Thursday, with slightly higher chances Friday and Saturday.

A cooling trend begins tomorrow with temperatures dropping into the upper 90s for the weekend ahead.

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Haley Clawson


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