Scattered snow showers have drifted into the Western Slope from the south. We are seeing cloudy skies along side these snow showers. Thanks to the cloudy start to the day morning lows were 5 – 10 degrees above average. Snow chances will start to decrease at sunrise. This afternoon we will see cloudy skies and slightly warmer than normal temperatures. Some scattered snow showers may stick around in the southern portions, but by evening hours expect to see dry weather. High pressure will settle into region and bring us dry weather for the middle of the work week. Starting on Wednesday we will see a cut off low develop off the coast of the Baja Peninsula. This will start to push more moisture into the Western Slope. As we move towards the end of the Week this low will open up and converge with a trough from the Pacific Northwest. With these two factors added together we could see the most amount of precipitation move into the Western Slope in months. Get ready for rain/snow on Friday and a snowy/rainy weekend ahead.