Weather Summary: Unsettled all weekend with times of rain showers and snow over 10,000 feet. Next week looks warmer, but still active with late day storms.
In the wake of this storm, Friday should have a drier start with the expectation of more afternoon/evening showers popping up. The same pattern will hold true for Saturday, Sunday, and all of next week. During the holiday weekend, specifically Saturday night into Sunday, the main event-or the "parent" feature of this holiday storm system will pass through the Four Corners region. More snow is expected during the overnight hours, travel is expected to slow into Sunday morning and rain showers will spread over the valley locations again. Even though we have a wet forecast for the unofficial start to the summer, don't expect this weekend to be a total washout... a cool down, but not a washout.
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