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Persistent dry conditions to continue throughout state into next week

DENVER -- It will be less windy in the Denver metro area on Tuesday except west in the foothills and along the Continental Divide, where gusts will range from 20-50 mph.

Otherwise sunshine will prevail, again, with highs around 45 in Denver, Boulder and Fort Collins.

There are two more minor cold fronts headed to Colorado. The first will arrive Wednesday followed by a second one Thursday.

Both will deliver a couple snow showers to the mountains, an increase in wind and colder temperatures. Highs will be in the 30s across the Front Range on Wednesday and Thursday.

Then a large dome of high pressure builds in for the weekend and through most of next week. That means abnormally warm and dry conditions statewide. Weekend highs will be in the 50s and low 60s.

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