We are seeing cloudier skies to start our morning on the Western Slope. These cloudier skies will start to clear up around noon, but return for the evening hours. Rain and snow chances will continue to stay at zero percent for most of the region. The dry and mild weather will continue into tomorrow. The next shot at precipitation will move in Friday morning. A short wave will push in more moisture from the Pacific Northwest during the early morning hours to close out the week.

The highest chances for these morning snow showers will fall close to the Divide, and the northern mountains, but we will still see a 20%-30% chance for light morning snow showers in the Grand Valley. All of these showers will clear up by the end of the day, and clear sunny skies will move in for the weekend. Sunny skies and dry weather will continue into the start of next week.