Scattered rain, snow and mixed precipitation showers will continue into the overnight hours. As we cool off expect to see the rain transition into snow showers. Chances for these snow showers will start to decrease around 3 am, and but tomorrow afternoon we can expect to see a break of dry weather. Our morning lows will 10 – 15 degrees cooler than what we saw this morning thanks to the passing front. Afternoon highs are also expected to drop 10 – 15 degrees. We will see another snow system move through late Friday afternoon bringing snow chances mostly for the Divide, but we will see some light chances near higher elevations further west. An upper level ridge will start to build up for the weekend. With this ridge we can expect to see sunny skies and warmer than average temperatures as we head into the start of next week.