We are seeing lighter scattered showers to start the day on the Western Slope. Most of these showers will form over the northern and central mountains for the morning hours. above 9000 feet we are seeing some snow showers to start the day, but as we move past sunrise we will see majority of the showers transition into rain. Thanks to the cold front that started to move through last night highs will mostly be in the 50s for the Western Slope, and about 30 degrees colder than yesterday. The most likely locations for showers and thunderstorms to form today will be by the Divide, and across the Front Range. We will still see a 30% chance for lighter scattered showers to move into the Grand Valley for the later parts of the morning, and the afternoon. Chances for the lighter showers will continue into Saturday with skies finally clearing up for Sunday morning. Highs will be staying cool in the 50s and 60s for Saturday, but we will warm up back to our springtime normals for end of the weekend.