A cold front moved through part of the state this morning. Winds won't let up much and today they will be moving out of the west-northwest at 5-15mph with occasional gusts up to 25mph. With cooler air also comes drier conditions this afternoon. Showers will scarce across Western Colorado as the cold front progresses east. Highs today will only be in the middle 50's and lower 60's with partly cloudy skies.
A break in the winds will come tomorrow with mild temperatures returning. The 70's make it back into the forecast Friday but so do the winds. Our next storm system moves into the Great Basin Saturday morning allowing for some shower activity late Friday night. The bulk of the weekend rain arrives Saturday morning through Saturday evening. Most of the moisture and energy moves east by Sunday afternoon but lingering showers may still persist. Temperatures will be much cooler by Sunday. Meteorologist Jared Robinson Jared.Robinson@kkco11news.com