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KUSA - After thunderstorms, rain, snow and a little thundersnow overnight, the Front Range is clearing out Thursday morning, according to the Colorado state forecast.

As this lateststorm tracks east, it leaves cooler temperatures and gusty winds in its wake.

A Wind Advisory is in effect through 5pm for the Eastern Plains with gusts up to 55mph. Although the Front Range is not under any advisories, it will be a blustery afternoon.

Look for partly cloudy skies with daytime highs in the lower 40s in Denver, Thursday. Milder weather returns Friday.

UPLOAD:Wednesday weather photos

A Winter Weather Advisory continues through Thursday at noon for areas along the Continental Divide. Total storm accumulations willbebetween6 to12 inches.