We are seeing scattered showers to start out our day on the Western Slope. Most of these showers will clear up by sunrise, with low chances for lighter showers over the higher elevations lingering for the rest of the morning. With the warm morning lows we are seeing snow totals were less than anticipated, but we are still seeing snow and ice on the roads this morning so drive cautiously. We will see a dry end to the day and that will lead into a dry start to Wednesday. Wednesday afternoon more scattered showers will move in from the south. Most of Wednesday’s showers will be locked to the higher elevations. The two most active weather days will be Thursday and Friday. A strong cold front will move through the Western Slope at the end of the week bringing more chances for the valleys to see snow, and heavy snow chances over the high country. After the front passes we will see high temperatures cool to near freezing for the Grand Valley to start our weekend.