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NZUS45 KPUB 200946

...Several mainly dry cold fronts will move across the region during
this period...

3 cold fronts will likely move across the region during this period.
Given the dry NW flow aloft, not much in the way of precip is
anticipated with these fronts. The only exception will be across the
C mtns where some light accums of snow will be possible.

The first boundary will affect the area during Saturday. Snow
showers over the c mtns will be ending in the morning, with a cold
front crossing the plains. It will be breezy across the plains on
this day with max temps only reaching into the 50s and 60s plains
and 30s and 40s valleys. Sat nite will likely be the coldest night
of the extended fcst period.

Sunday and Monday the max temps will recover into the 70s plains and
50s and 60s valleys. Dry weather is near certain.

The next front will cross the region Tuesday cooling temps back into
the 40s and 60s plains and valleys. This front will not have much
influence in the mtns/interior valleys.

Temps will once again warm up Wednesday before a rather strong front
will cross the region early Thursday. This front may bring a chance
of some precip to the region, with snow higher elevations
(especially C mtns), and showers plains.

Overall confidence in the above scenario is high given all of the
long range guidance products are in fairly good agreement. /Hodanish is the U.S. government's official web portal to all federal, state and local government web resources and services.