We saw another round of winter weather last night. Another cut off low brought strong southwesterly flow generating snow showers to the south. The heaviest snowfall was in the San Juan’s, but we saw a few showers drift northward. Our morning lows will be cooler than yesterday, but still will be warmer than normal in some places. Tomorrow afternoon will be the coldest day with most of the Western Slope in the mid and lower 30s. Chances for scattered snow showers will wrap up by 5 pm and we will see dry weather for a few days. An upper level ridge will start to move into the region Wednesday night causing our afternoon highs to skyrocket. Highs will warm up all the way to the upper 40s by Friday in the lower valleys. Another cold front will move through to start the weekend, and we can expect our highs to quickly calm down to their seasonal normals.