Your Barbeque may be rained out

Labor Day weekend is the unofficial end of summer, and this year it will feel that way.  National Weather Service meteorologist Kyle Fredeen say we will be in the upper 70's with a chance of showers and thunderstorms all week.  He says this is not unusual for September weather.  And unfortunately it may bring in more smoky air from the north.  There is also another chance for snow in the mountains above 11,000 feet.  Fredeen says if you are heading up to the high country you should remember to take winter gear.  

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