We will see another cloudy night over the Western Slope. These cloudy skies will keep our morning lows very warm. Some of the lower valleys will not even drop below freezing during the overnight hours. Starting around 3 am near the higher elevations and 5 am for the lower valleys we will start to see a cold front push into the region. This cold front will bring widespread rain snow and mixed precipitation showers. The highest elevations will see mostly snow and mixed precipitation for the late afternoon hours. Lower valleys should expect to see mostly rain until we move into Wednesday night. Snow shower will continue into Thursday morning and will clear up for the afternoon hours. Afternoon highs are expected to drop 10 – 15 degrees from Wednesday into Thursday. We will see drier weather for Thursday night and Friday morning before a short wave brings in some light snow chances for Friday afternoon and evening. Once we head into the weekend we will see clear and sunny skies and our high temperatures will start to climb to above average levels once again.