We will see cooler morning lows tomorrow thanks to skies clearing up during the overnight hours. A cold front will pass through late this evening/overnight bringing faint chances for light snow showers over the mountain peaks near the Divide. The lower valleys will stay dry from this system and won’t see a chance for rain until the middle of next week. Tomorrow’s highs will cool down to our seasonal normals. High pressure and an upper level ridge will move behind this front causing us to see clear skies and warm weather all weekend long. The next major change in the weather pattern will be on Tuesday of next week. We will see another front push through. This front will bring in light rain chances for the lower valleys, and precipitation will favor the southern parts of the region.