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Enjoy Today... Then Back To Winter

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Unseasonably warm temperatures will combine with dry fuels to
promote a limited fire danger this afternoon. While minimum
relative humidity values will remain high this afternoon,
southerly winds gusting near 30 miles an hour at times will
result in a quick fire spread should any fires be able to get
going.


Shower and thunderstorm chances become possible Tuesday and
continue into Thursday as a frontal boundary remains over the
region while an upper level low pressure system moves across the
plains. This feature will increase the potential for a few strong
to marginally severe storms Tuesday. Isolated storm chances
continue into Thursday as forcing increases with the next upper
system that will approach later this week.


At this time, uncertainty remains with the details concerning the
late week upper system interacting with the colder air behind the
frontal boundary. Depending on the timing and track of this
system...there are indications for some wintry weather potential
across parts of the area. Continue to monitor latest forecasts
through the week as details become more defined.