We are seeing mostly clear to partly cloudy skies to start out the day on the Western Slope. Morning lows are a little warmer than yesterday thanks to the cloudy skies, and highs look to be slightly warmer as well. A weak cold front will be moving through the region late this afternoon. With the front moving through Red Flag Warnings have been issued for Mesa, Delta, Montrose, and Garfield Counties. The Grand Valley will stay dry even as the front passes, but light scattered rain showers will pop up closer towards midnight over the Park and Elkhead ranges. All of the showers will clear up by sunrise tomorrow, and dry weather will continue until Friday afternoon. Highs will drop around 4 degrees for tomorrow, but we’ll be back in the 80s for the Grand Valley by Thursday. On Friday a much stronger cold front will be moving into the Western Slope. This second front will cause strong winds to return to the region, and we will even see rain chances for the Grand Valley to close out the week. Chances for scattered showers will continue into the weekend, and highs will drop down to the 60s for the lower valleys for the weekend.