Weather Summary: The weekend snow has come and gone - although some of it is still on the ground today - and sunshine will dominate much of the week ahead. However, despite that sunshine, our temperatures will be a bit slow to warm up. Highs to start the work week will struggle to make it to the freezing mark both Monday and Tuesday. In addition, our low temperatures tonight and tomorrow night may very well be the coldest air we've seen in nearly a year, as our overnight temperatures could dip into the single digits in the valley. That hasn't happened since the first week of January!
We will slowly rebound though, as our temperatures towards the end of the week will push back into the 40's, with plenty of sunshine. No snow or rain is in the forecast for the entire week, with the exception of some snow possible today in the high country. A few inches of snow are still possible over the Divide, but after today, the snow will depart for all of us, and sunshine will be the dominant feature for the rest of the week.
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