We will see a warm and gusty day on the Western Slope today, but a monster cold front will move through the region overnight tonight. Warm southwesterly flow will push in cloudier skies and cause highs to be around 5 degrees above normal for the day. Once we get into the evening hours scattered showers will start to pop up. Chances for these showers will increase as we head into the overnight hours, and The heaviest precipitation looks to fall early tomorrow morning. We will see high winds overnight with 40-50 wind gusts expected in the valley. Road conditions for tomorrow’s commute do not look good. With the high winds and heavy snow the high country will see the potential for blizzard conditions. Snow totals from this system will mostly be around 6-10 inches over the higher elevations, and the Grand Valley will be 0-2 inches. Highs will drop more than 20 degrees today into tomorrow, and colder than normal temperatures will stick around for the rest of the week. Drier weather will move in for the later parts of the week.