We are seeing a little light cloud cover to start the day on the Western Slope. This light cloud cover will clear up after sunrise, and we will see beautiful sunny skies all day. Afternoon highs will be warming back into the 80s for parts of the Grand Valley. Winds will once again be on the breezier side thanks to an approaching cold front. Garfield, Mesa, Delta, and Montrose counties are under Red Flag Warnings due to low humidity, warm temperatures, and breezy winds today. Even if you are outside of the warnings be extra cautious with any open flame. A cold front will be moving in late tomorrow morning, and several scattered rain showers and thunderstorms will move in along with it. The strongest showers will be tomorrow afternoon, but precipitation chances will continue into Saturday afternoon. Snow chances will mostly stay above 9000 feet, but we will see a few chances for morning mixed precipitation showers below that for Saturday. Once the showers start back up we will see highs cool down to the 50s and 60s for the weekend. Dry conditions will be returning for the start of next week.