We will see a dry start to the day on the Western Slope with overcast skies moving in just after sunrise. A weak shortwave will bring in scattered showers this afternoon. Most of the showers will be over the mountain tops, but there will still be a few that drift into the valleys. Tomorrow morning a powerful cold front will move through the Western Slope. This front will bring some form of precipitation to everywhere in Western Colorado, the most common being snow. The heaviest rain and snow looks to fall tomorrow morning into the afternoon. Snow totals for some mountains near the Divide could exceed two feet with over a foot expected over all the mountain tops. Northern valleys near Meeker and Craig could see more than 6″. Temperatures in the Grand Valley will be right around the freezing and melting points so snow totals will be less than everywhere else, but we still will wake up to some snow on the ground for Friday morning. All the showers will clear up for the end of the day on Friday, and we will have clear skies will very cold temperatures to start our weekend.