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Rain and snow will hit the High Desert by late Tuesday evening

Monday night, expect mostly cloudy skies and cool temperatures. In fact, we’ll get down to below freezing Monday evening. Those cumulus clouds are moving northwest and will continue making its way across the high desert, but will begin to burn off by tomorrow morning, to partly sunny skies. 

Colder Canadian air makes its way to the pacific northwest by Tuesday evening, producing rain within our cities and snow in the mountains. That rain will eventually turn to a combination of snow and rain by Wednesday.

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