We will be drying out overnight but the second of two storm systems will be moving our direction for Saturday. This will be a stronger system than the first bringing a possibility of an inch of rain to the valley and, by mid-day Sunday, about 2-feet of snow above 6500'. Snow levels will rise a bit for Saturday and even more for Sunday so the best chance of the highest accumulations will be overnight Saturday into Sunday.

Temperatures will remain above average, warming to the mid-40s for Saturday and above 50 degrees for Sunday. Monday will be dryer and temperatures will remain in the 40s through the middle of the week. Another chance of rain and much cooler temperatures move in for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.

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