TODAY a trough and low-pressure spinning over the 4-Corners region will result in some cloud coverage, scattered showers over Eastern CO and breezy south-southeast winds.   Tomorrow the upper-level low and trough starts working out of the 4-Corners region and over the Rockies, with an advancing cold front moving through late afternoon and evening with some scattered showers and storm chances.  Thursday the base of the trough tracks through the Tri-state area with increased cloud coverage and rain shower activity and cooler 60-degree temps. Friday and Saturday the system lifts northeast cutting off from the main Jet and rotating slowly through the upper Midwest States, thus there is potential for wrap-around precipitation in form of scattered rain showers and a few rumbles of the thunder through the period.   

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