We will see scattered snow showers through the evening and overnight hours. The Grand Valley could see another 1-3 inches of snow by tomorrow morning with higher elevations looking at 6-9 inches in some locations. We will see a break in winter weather activity after sunrise and for the afternoon hours tomorrow. Starting late on Wednesday we will see southerly flow head of another cold front move through the region. Snow showers will be on the lighter side for tomorrow, but heavy showers will move in for the end of the day Thursday into New Year’s Eve. After this next system passes we will see an upper level ridge bring in clear skies and dry weather for the first few days of 2022.