We will see another clear night over the Western Slope. These clear skies will cause our morning lows to be cool in the single digits for the lower valleys. As we start to move into the Afternoon hours we will start to feel the effects of the upper level ridge above us. This ridge will cause high temperatures to rise to slightly warmer than average in the upper 30s and lower 40s for the lower valleys. This ridge and High pressure will keep us clear for most of the Holiday weekend. A passing shortwave may bring some light chances for mountain snow for both Saturday and Sunday afternoon, but the big snow day will be at the start of the work week. Another cold front will pass through the Western Slope on Monday afternoon. Expect widespread snow chances as this front will pull in moisture from the Pacific Northwest. Snow showers will clear up by Wednesday.