Sunshine, less wind across the Front Range on Sunday

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DENVER -- Sunshine will return to the Front Range on Sunday.

Highs in the afternoon will reach the lower to mid-60s and for the first time in what seems like an eternity, winds will be minimal.

Winds will be a relatively light at 5-10 mph along the Front Range. The winds will speed up a little in the mountains, with a high in the 40s and gusts up to 25 mph.

Hour-by-hour planner for April 15, 2018. Meteorologist Greg Dutra

As the workweek starts, the wind machine gets turned back on again.

Winds will be 20-30 mph on Monday, but highs will soar into the mid-70s. Highs this time of year are typically in the lower 60s so this will be a fairly mild day by April standards.

Temperatures will stay in the 60s for most of the week with lows hovering around the freezing mark, but the forecast gets active again on Friday.

A late-week system could bring rain and snow but it doesn’t appear to be a repeat of Friday’s blizzard on the eastern Plains.

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