We are seeing clear skies to start out the Thanksgiving week on the Western Slope. These clear skies are causing this morning’s low temperatures to be on the chillier side in the 20s for the Grand Valley. Afternoon highs for the day will be 5-10 degrees above normal in the 50s. A cold front will move through the Western Slope tomorrow. This front will bring in chances for scattered showers Tuesday evening into Wednesday morning. The Grand Valley will see mostly rain showers from this system, but we could see some light snow flurries fall early Wednesday morning. The higher elevations could see up to 4 inches in the mountain towns for the overnight snow showers. Chances for showers will clear up by the end of the day on Wednesday. Sunny skies will move in for Thanksgiving, but temperatures will still be on the cooler side with highs in the 40s. Dry weather and warm temperatures will continue into the weekend.