We will see another dry night tonight over the Western Slope. Partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies will reign above during the overnight hours. Thanks to the cloudy skies morning lows will continue to be 5 – 10 degrees above normal mostly in the 20s and upper teens. Once we start to move into the afternoon hours dry weather will come to a close. Afternoon highs will once again be mostly in the 40s and unseasonably warm. Starting at around 3pm we will see rain, snow and mixed precipitation showers. As we turn to the overnight hours this will transition into snow and these snow chances will last all the way into Tuesday. Sunday night into Monday morning snow chances will dial back a bit before they increase again as we head into Tuesday. By Wednesday we will start to see dry weather return.