We will see another hot day on the Western Slope. Skies are looking to stay mostly clear for the morning hours, but we will see cloudy skies move in this afternoon. Highs for the day will once again be close to our record highs in the upper 80s and lower 90s for the lower valleys. Winds will be on the gustier side for the afternoon. High Wind Advisories have been issued for the Grand Valley and areas following I-70. Sustained winds look to reach up to 30 mph this afternoon, and wind gusts could break around 40 mph. These strong winds are caused by and approaching cold front. This front looks to move in during the overnight hours tonight into tomorrow morning. With this front we will see several scattered showers in the Western Slope. Most of these showers will form over higher elevations, and with cooler overnight temperatures we will see snow showers possible over the Divide near Aspen, and Vail Pass. Most of the region will be seeing rain from this system. Chances for showers in the lower valleys will still stay on the lower end, but we will still have around a 30% chance in the Grand Valley. Highs look to drop around 25-30 degrees for tomorrow. The cooler temperatures will stick around for the start of the weekend, but we will warm up for the start of next week.