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Now that we have started the month of October, it looks like some fall-like weather will finally settle in for a while. A relatively weak offshore low pressure center will move into the region from the southwest, bringing some cooler temperatures and scattered rain showers and very high elevation mountain snow. Temperatures will warm briefly Tuesday (about 80 degrees) ahead of the front, but will plunge to the 60s for the rest of the week. A slight chance of showers Tuesday increases to more likely on Wednesday, with a chance that some of those could be thunderstorms. Things dry out toward the end of the week leaving us with a cool but stable weekend.

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