Still no snow but cooler temperatures on the way

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DENVER -- The overall weather pattern continues to bring the mountains shots of snow, while the eastern half of the state ends up with gusty wind.

That was the case again Monday with gusts earlier across the Front Range between 25-45 mph.  The wind will relax as the sun sets Monday night and the snow will also come to an end in the mountains.

There will be cooler temperatures in the 30s and 40s through Thursday in Denver.

There's another chance for snow with a passing cold front on Thursday.  But the weather pattern is not favorable for much more than passing snow showers along with another round of strong wind.

There will be dry weather from Friday through early next week along with temperatures above normal in Denver. That will mean readings in the 50s most afternoons with Saturday being the warmest day at close to 60 degrees.

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We're tracking weather today on FOX31 Denver and Channel 2 News - and when conditions are bad we send out the Weather Beast.

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