A Pacific storm system will move across the central Rockies this afternoon, bringing a cool front through the Borderland. The moisture from the system remains too far north for anything other than a few clouds. What it will bring though are strong winds and blowing dust. Winds most areas will range from 25-35 mph, but areas just east of the Organ and Franklin Mountains could see gusts around 60 mph, especially after midnight Thursday night. Temperatures will cool down noticeably from Wednesday, though still remaining above normal for this time of year.