We saw a few lighter rain showers over the Book Cliffs early this morning. All of these light scattered showers have cleared up, and morning lows are a little warmer than yesterday across the region. High pressure will cause us to stay dry for the rest of the day, and most of the day tomorrow. Highs will be cooler than yesterday, but still in the upper 80s in the Grand Valley. Skies will stay clear all day in the lower valleys, but over the higher elevations we will see partly cloudy skies move in for the end of the afternoon. A cold front will move through the western slope tomorrow evening into Friday morning. Ahead of this front we will see gusty winds causing red flag warnings to return to the Western Slope. Behind this front we will see more scattered rain and snow showers. The snow will only fall overnight over higher elevations closer towards Vail Friday morning, but still anticipate some travel delays over the high country. Chances to see showers in the lower valleys will be around 20%, and precipitation will fall as rain for most of the Western Slope. Highs will drop 25 degrees from Thursday into Friday after the front passes. The cooler temperatures will not last long as highs will be back in the 80s by the end of the weekend.