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Cool, wet weather pattern moving into the Front Range

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A strong low pressure system will move through the state on Monday, bringing in extra cloud cover and rain.
As a result, temperatures will continue to drop into the 50s. Scattered showers will stay along the Front Range through the day, with mountain snow showers continuing.
We'll have to watch Monday night into Tuesday morning as temperatures will drop close to the freezing mark in the Denver metro area.
As of right now, a few flurries will be possible in portions of eastern Larimer, Boulder, Jefferson and Douglas Counties, but minimal accumulation is expected for the Tuesday morning drive.
We'll start to warm up by the second half of the week, with highs jumping back into the upper 60s. Expect a low threat of showers and thunderstorms through Friday.

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