Slight cool down moves in Thursday, then it’s back to the 60s

DENVER -- A weak cold front is moving through Colorado on Wednesday evening, bringing gusty mountain winds and then cooler temperatures for Thursday.

Winds have been strongest in the foothills and mountains with gusts reaching above 50 mph on some of the mountain passes.

Winds will calm down on the Front Range on Wednesday evening but will still be breezy overnight for the mountains and foothills.

High temperatures will cool down about 10 degrees for Thursday. Highs in Denver and along the Front Range will be in the mid-50s, with the 40s and 50s in the mountains.

The rest of the week will be dry and warm. Highs will climb to the low 60s on Friday and Saturday, and reach the mid-60s on Sunday with gusty winds.

The next storm system to bring snow to Colorado will move in late Sunday through Monday.

Temperatures will cool to the 40s on Monday with a chance of snow on the Front Range.

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