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Warm up this weekend because chance of flurries coming next week

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Temperatures rose to the mid and upper 60s Saturday and Sunday will be equally as beautiful.

Along with the nice temps, fire danger will remain high through the weekend.

Another shot of arctic air will move into the state late Sunday sending our highs back to the 20s.

Powerful northeasterly winds will create daytime wind chills in the single digits and elevate the fire danger to very high or extreme.

A wave of energy will ride the jet stream and possible bring flurries Monday night through Tuesday.

While computer models are all over the place toward the second half of next week, it looks as if we may have another warm up taking temperatures to the mid 60s before a slight chance of rain and cooler weather arrives for the weekend.