The Western Slope will keep the cloud coverage as three systems pass through the region.

The (number 1 of the week) weak system that has been advertised for the southern southern zones will continue passing through the Four Corners region with just a few inches of snow for the higher elevations of the San Juans. This system will exit by Wednesday morning. Simultaneous to that exit, system number 2 will be tracking in from the north. This is another weak system, leaving the Western Slope dry while barely clipping the Divide with some new snow. The more impactful locations with number will be the Front Range. A Winter Weather Advisory exists for areas east of the foothills and in the plains. Once this system gets east of the Divide, the Western Slope will begin clearing for Thursday. By Friday another system (the 3rd and more impactful) will approach the region. This should bring about snow showers for the Grand Valley and the Uncompahgre Valley to name a few locations. These are three quickly moving systems and once cleared by the start of this weekend, conditions will become dry, mostly clear and mild.