A storm system that is targeting Southern Colorado will exit with little fanfare. Aside from a few snow showers, we are not expecting any significant accumulations at the lower elevations. Snow showers will wind down early this evening, and lead to clearing skies later tonight. Some patchy fog will be possible, but no huge travel problems are expected.
Christmas Eve and Christmas Day are both looking quiet. High temperatures will be in the 30's on Christmas Eve, before surging into the 40's to lower 50's on Christmas Day.
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Chief Meteorologist Brian Bledsoe
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