The cloudier skies are preventing our morning lows from being too cold this morning. Some locations in the Grand Valley did not even drop below freezing, but Gunnison is still seeing morning lows in the single digits. Southerly winds will keep our highs a little warmer for the afternoon with some of the valley potentially breaking into the 50s for the afternoon. A cold front will move through overnight tonight. The main concern for this system will be high winds with some of the valleys seeing winds gusts above 40 mph overnight. Higher elevations will see stronger winds. The highest snow totals will be around 10 inches in the San Juans. The Grand Valley will mostly see rain and mixed precipitation from this system, but still light snow showers will start to fall closer to sunrise. All of these showers will clear up for the afternoon hours on Wednesday. Another winter weather system will try to move through on Friday, but moisture content will be drained from last week’s and tonight’s storms.