We will see dry weather to start the work week on the Western Slope. Morning lows are rather chilly thanks to seeing mostly clear skies to start the day with Gunnison seeing subzero temperatures. As we move through the afternoon, southerly winds will push in warmer air knocking our highs to just above average for today. We will mostly be in the 40s. A cold front will move through the Western Slope tomorrow night into Wednesday bringing in stronger winds, and another round of winter weather to the Western Slope. The bulk of the system will move through during the overnight hours. Once again the Grand Valley looks to have temperatures just above freezing when most of the precipitation moves through meaning they can expect mostly rain and sleet. There will still be light snow chances on Wednesday morning in the valleys. The high country will see exclusively snow. Peak snow totals look to be around the 10 inch mark over 8500 feet in the San Juans with slightly lower amounts near the central parts of the Divide. Overall this system will be weaker than the one that moved through last week, but still expect to see hazardous conditions on mountain roads on Wednesday morning.