Scattered snow showers have continued through the night over the Western Slope. These snow showers favor higher elevations as well as the San Juan Mountains to our south. Cloud cover from these showers caused our morning lows to once again be 10 degrees warmer than normal for this time of year. Scattered snow showers will continue into the afternoon hours as well. Afternoon high temperatures will cool down to their seasonal averages and we can expect to see clear skies for Wednesday. On Thanksgiving morning we will see a cold front pass through the region. This front will bring the slightest of rain chances for the valleys and scattered snow showers at the higher elevations. Once we get to Friday expect to see clear sunny skies and average condition for this weekend.