We will see clear skies over most of the Western Slope tonight. Our morning low temperatures will be 5 degrees warmer than normal in the 20s and upper teens. Afternoon highs will be warm yet again and we will continue to warm up as we head into the weekend. A cut off low off the Coast of the Baja Peninsula will push moist tropical air into the region and that will help full rain and snow chances moving into the weekend. On Friday and Upper level trough will push into the Western Slope bringing significant rain and snow chances to the region. The wet rainy/snowy conditions will last throughout the weekend and into next week. Highest precipitation chances will be on Saturday and we will temporarily see dry conditions Sunday night into Monday before they pick back up for Tuesday.