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How long will warm days last?

Trish Grant, manager of the store Cowgirls, basks in the sunshine in front of her shop on the 500 block of Main Avenue on Wednesday as balmy temperatures continue. When asked who her friend was beside her, she said: “His name is Todd, and we have been chatting about the weather. Todd says we will see snow in Durango before Christmas.” Todd may be right. The National Weather Service expects a 20 percent chance of snow in Durango on Saturday, rising to a 30 percent Sunday. Enlarge photo

SHAUN STANLEY/Durango Herald

Trish Grant, manager of the store Cowgirls, basks in the sunshine in front of her shop on the 500 block of Main Avenue on Wednesday as balmy temperatures continue. When asked who her friend was beside her, she said: “His name is Todd, and we have been chatting about the weather. Todd says we will see snow in Durango before Christmas.” Todd may be right. The National Weather Service expects a 20 percent chance of snow in Durango on Saturday, rising to a 30 percent Sunday.

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