Colder temperatures, wind gusts and maybe even snow in spots

As the wind picks up from the north we're expecting chilly days today and tomorrow. Very light snow flurries are expected Thursday afternoon and evening.

KUSA - Yup, that headline mentions snow. 

But don’t get too excited: according to the Denver weather forecast, you can only expect around an inch or two of accumulation in the foothills by Thursday afternoon, and maybe half an inch south and east of the Denver metro area. 

Unlike recent weeks, temperatures will feel a lot more like December. 

Highs on Wednesday are expected to be in the mid to upper 30s, before the clouds roll in during the afternoon. Overnight lows will drop to the teens, with highs in the mid 30s on Thursday. 

Expect very gusty winds on Thursday from the Front Range to the Eastern Plains, and wintry conditions in Rocky Mountain National Park that will move to Loveland and Berthoud Passes. 

Temperatures will move back to the 50s on Friday and stay warm over the weekend, before dropping into the 30s again on Monday.

FULL FORECAST: Check out our latest weather forecast

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